FedEx and United Parcel Service (UPS) operated for many years under well-established business models predicated primarily on catering to businesses and consumers wanting to ship goods and packages as quickly as possible. But a structural shift in the cargo industry over the past couple of years has caused both companies to rethink their core strategies. This structural shift is also part of the reason global air cargo growth has been so sluggish in general. Shippers ...

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