FedEx delivering on Christmas Day to make up for delays

FedEx delivering on Christmas Day to make up for delays

FedEx staff have been making deliveries on Christmas Day in a bid to help make up for the delays caused by the severe weather in the US southeast, according to local reports. FedEx spokesperson Rae Lyn Rushing was quoted as saying: “FedEx is doing everything possible to get customer shipments delivered by Christmas in spite of slight delays due to heavier than planned last-minute shipment volumes and severe weather outbreaks in some areas of the US.”

FedEx Express stores in the affected area were also open this morning so customers could pick up the packages.

 

 

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