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FedEx forges ahead with new web-based solutions. (Technology Trends).

With the introduction of Web Export Manager, FedEx Express offers Brazilian businesses a powerful new shipping tool. This is a first-of-its-kind solution for the Brazilian market because it connects shippers directly with the government's SISCOMEX system used to control imports and exports, according to Guilherme Gatti, director of marketing for Brazil.

FedEx Web Export Manager fully automates the shipping process, including formal clearance of goods valued up to US$10,000. In addition, FedEx offers its customers a full array of e-commerce automation tools that save time and enhance their productivity. "Our solutions allow customers to complete their documents, track their packages, and receive reports through the Internet," Gatti says. "Now we can clear shipments online as well."

FedEx Express is on the forefront of technological innovation, continually investing in the development of online tools to enable and facilitate shipping throughout the Latin American and Caribbean region. These tools range from hardware and software solutions for high-volume needs, to software programs for smaller shippers. The award-winning web site, available in local language in 46 countries in Latin America and the Caribbean, provides shippers in the region with access to the FedEx global network, as well as convenience and savings in time and money through automated shipping tools. In addition, customs clearance, as an integral part of the shipping process, is an area which FedEx continually addresses with solutions such as Web Export Manager, its bonded warehouses in Mexico and Brazil, and Express Clear, an advanced customs clearance capability that clear packages even before the aircraft lands. This commitment to speed and convenience remains a cornerstone of the edEx service offerings.
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Date:Apr 1, 2002
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