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Located in the west of Section B of the HXIA Aviation Cargo Base, the China Transfer Center of FedEx provides strong support to domestic deliveries. The center processes up to 9,000 parcels per hour at its 9,300-square-meter building.

Deploying three Boeing 737 aircraft, FedEx has partnered with Yangtze River Express Airline to operate two return routes to the north and south China every night, covering six leading domestic airports in Beijing, Tianjin, Qingdao, Hangzhou, Xiamen and Guangzhou. Parcels sent from domestic cities and regions are sorted and transferred at the center before being delivered efficiently and safely to recipients.

As one of the world's largest courier express delivery service companies, the domestic delivery is operated under a system comprised of the transfer center and an extensive network of flight routes. FedEx adopts the most advanced technology to provide real-time updates on the location and progress of inbound and outbound parcels for customers to track anywhere around the globe.

FedEx launched its new domestic operation in China on June 28, 2007, to better serve the booming Chinese market. The "Next Morning Delivery," "Next Day Delivery" and "2Day Delivery" are available in many major domestic cities, along with "Normal Land Delivery".
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