SenseAware 2000 Device And Application (Photo: Business Wire)

FedEx Corp. (NYSE: FDX) today announced an international expansion for its award-winning SenseAware® service, which enables near real-time visibility into sensitive and high-value shipments. Customers will now be able to monitor shipments throughout an additional 14 European countries and Canada, and on board flights from three additional commercial air carriers: Air France, Cathay Pacific and Qantas Airways.
SenseAware 2000 device and application (Photo: Business Wire)

SenseAware 2000 device and application (Photo: Business Wire)

The expansion broadens the international availability of the SenseAware service, and breaks down barriers for customers monitoring highly critical global supply chains.

“Our expanding international reach enables our customers to monitor highly-sensitive shipments as they move through complicated global supply chains,” said Chris Swearingen, marketing manager for SenseAware. “The ability to monitor shipments throughout Europe and via a growing list of transportation carriers is a critical connection for customers moving high-value shipments around the world.”

SenseAware customers in Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland can now monitor the location of their shipments in near real-time, and keep a watch on environmental factors with the SenseAware service.

Customers in Canada, many of whom are already using the SenseAware service, will now benefit from expanded capabilities and availability in that country.

With the expansion of the SenseAware service in Europe and Canada, customers in those countries will also have access to the FedEx ShipmentWatch service. FedEx ShipmentWatch, a service of FedEx Custom Critical, leverages SenseAware for a range of sensitive shipments, including one-time and non-FedEx shipments.

The expansion of both the SenseAware and FedEx ShipmentWatch services offers increased visibility for a range of industries shipping high-value, sensitive packages throughout the world, including healthcare, aerospace, oil and gas, manufacturing and high-end merchandise such as fashion, art and antiques.

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