DM: Richard Smith now president of Americas at FedEx

June 4, 2020 LoadstarEditorial

The Daily Memphian reports: 
Richard W. Smith, son of FedEx founder Frederick W. Smith, has a new title: regional president of the Americas for FedEx Express.
It’s part of a realignment of the express unit’s global operations from six regions into three.
The younger Smith was previously regional president of the U.S. and executive vice president of global support at FedEx Express.
The latest move follows a pattern expected by FedEx observers who believe ...

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