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The FedEx sign is seen in front one of its office locations at Manhattan, New York City, the United States, on September 3, 2021. — Picture by REUTERS

FedEx looks to expand in Malaysia — PM

KUALA LUMPUR, May 30 — Multinational express transportation company FedEx Corporation plans to expand its business in Malaysia, especially involving existing facilities at several airports, said Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim.

In a Facebook post, Anwar said this was by its president cum chief executive officer of airline and international Richard Smith during a courtesy call to his office in Putrajaya today.

“FedEx currently operates 30 flights weekly in Malaysia, connecting local industries to its global network across 220 countries and territories,” he said.

During the meeting, he also received positive feedback regarding the government’s approach to translating the Madani Economy agenda.

“Among other things, FedEx sees the proposed Johor-Singapore Special Economic Zone (JS-SEZ) as a significant future economic growth collaboration that should be leveraged,” he said.

Anwar added that FedEx is a multinational company in the fields of transportation, e-commerce, and business services that has been established in Malaysia since 1993.

— Bernama

(from left to right) FedEx Corporation’s president cum chief executive officer of airline and international Richard Smith with Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim, during the former’s courtesy call on the latter at his office in Putrajaya, on May 30, 2024. — Picture via FACEBOOK/ANWAR IBRAHIM

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