July 13, 2020
FedEx Logistics Bulletin Update
You can’t make the rules, but you can master them. We’re excited to share that FedEx Trade Networks trade news updates, known as Bulletins, are merging with the new FedEx Regulatory News effective July 20, 2020. Through FedEx Regulatory News you will receive relevant and timely trade news from FedEx. In order to continue receiving these communications, you must update your preferences.
FedEx Regulatory News is your one stop for vital news about developments that affect the movement of goods. Big news like the new changes brought by the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement. But also the small stuff that’s vital to keeping international shipping going smoothly day to day. In addition, you’ll find in-depth, industry-specific resources, learning opportunities like webcasts and thought leadership from FedEx experts who can help you ship smart. With FedEx Regulatory News, you can stay informed about compliance, be more efficient and anticipate what’s ahead.
Remember to update your preferences to continue receiving important global regulatory information and updates. Look for your first FedEx Regulatory News email soon.
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