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FedEx Express Expanding Through Southern Europe

FedEx Express Expanding Through Southern Europe

Milan-Malpensa airport will be the latest recipient of FedEx Express’ initiative to expand itself throughout the southern reaches of the European continent. The company’s revelation of this is excellent news to the Milan-Malpensa airport with hopes that this will increase the revenue and prospects of the airport’s activity in the years that are to come and will ensure that prosperity is the key innovation of FedEx Express in the southern areas of the continent.

Having held a base in Italy for the last 30 years, FedEx Express are naturally delighted by the prospect of propelling themselves even further than ever before into the business and transportation markets that this area of the world has to offer to them. Indeed, the fact that 95 per cent of its consumers are based away from the United States means that it is essential for FedEx Express to continue to expand its bases all over the rest of the world and the plans to do this with the Milan-Malpensa airport gateway is news that they are devoting the attention to this with great enthusiasm and verve. Indeed, it is hoped that the logistics space that the company has secured itself at the airport, one which totals 35,000 square meters, will mean that the package transferring capacity of FedEx Express will be increased by more than a quarter once the airport access route is fully established.

Furthermore, the fact that the airport is also located in the area of Lombardy in Italy is further evidence of FedEx Express’s lucidity for expansion and growth. Indeed, the fact that Lombardy is one of the most active and business-oriented locations in the entire country of Italy make it a prime location for businesses dealing in the transport and logistics industry. FedEx Express have therefore done well in managing to secure this particular logistics space at the popular and incredibly active airport space of Milan-Malpensa.

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