10 Reasons We Like FedEx as a Tenant for our 1031 DST Investments

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  1. FedEx made $60.3 billion in revenue at the end of the 2017 fiscal year
  2. FedEx made $5 billion record operating profit at the end of the 2017 fiscal year
  3. FexEx has over 55 million unique visitors online per month
  4. FedEx gets 125 million package-status tracking requests daily
  5. FedEx moves an average of 14 million shipments each business day
  6. FexEx ships to over 220 countries and territories
  7. FexEx has been recognized by Fortune Magazine as one of the top “100 Best Places to Work For” (2017) and No. 11 among “World’s Most Admired Companies” (2017), by Forbes Magazine as “World’s Most Valuable Brands” (2017), and by Bloomberg Businessweek Magazine as among “The Civic 50” listing of America’s most community-minded companies (2017)
  8. FedEx has over 400,000 team members worldwide
  9. FedEx has over 2,100 FedEx Express stations, over 550 FedEx Ground stations, 370 FedEx Freight service centers, and 1,850 FedEx Office locations
  10. FedEx ships via 664 aircrafts at over 375 airports worldwide and more than 170,000 motorized vehicles

*These statistics were found using the references below.

References:
https://about.van.fedex.com/our-story/company-structure/
http://s1.q4cdn.com/714383399/files/oar/2017/AnnualReport2017/AnnualReport2017flat/index.html

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