said Gary Kusin, chief of its FedEx Kinko's Office & Print Services unit, will leave at the end of the month.
Memphis, Tenn.-based FedEx said Kusin will be succeeded by Kenneth A. May, executive vice president and chief operating officer.
Kusin assumed leadership of Kinko's when he joined the company in August 2001, and continued at the helm after FedEx acquired Kinko's in February 2004. The Dallas-based company was rebranded as FedEx Kinko's Office and Print Services and is one of four FedEx operating companies, along with FedEx Express, FedEx Ground and FedEx Freight.
"Gary's leadership transformed FedEx Kinko's into a global network offering the industry's broadest range of business services and helped change the way business is done in the digital age," said CEO Frederick W. Smith. "I have the utmost confidence that Ken will take FedEx Kinko's to new heights by building on this outstanding record of innovation and service to our customers."
May, 45, oversees day-to-day management of the company's worldwide performance. He joined FedEx in 1982 and previously served as senior vice president of U.S. domestic ground operations and senior vice president of air, ground and freight services at FedEx Express.
Brian D. Philips, 38, vice president of U.S. marketing for FedEx, will succeed May as chief operating officer at FedEx Kinko's.