Federal Express Corporation, which does business as FedEx Express, is a subsidiary of FedEx Corporation and generates more than half the parent company's sales. It's the world's largest express delivery business (including the operations of TNT Express) delivering some 6 million packages throughout the US and to more than 220 countries and territories worldwide. Packages (from envelopes to boxes weighing up to 150 pounds) account for most of the company's sales; FedEx Express also delivers pallets of freight weighing between 150 pounds to 2,200 pounds. The company operates a fleet of about 670 aircraft and 90,000 motor vehicles and trailers. Founded in 1973, FedEx Express is considered to have invented express distribution service.
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