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Raj Subramaniam to head FedEx Corporation as president and COO

February 15, 2019: FedEx Corporation has further elevated the role of Rajesh Subramaniam to make him president and chief operating officer of the organisation, effective March 1.

FedEx Corporation announces appointment of Raj Subramaniam as president and COO
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FedEx Corporation announces appointment of Raj Subramaniam as president and COO

February 15, 2019: FedEx Corporation has further elevated the role of Rajesh Subramaniam to make him president and chief operating officer of the organisation, effective March 1. Subramaniam will be succeeding David J. Bronczek, who is taking retirement by personal choice from his role of president and chief operating officer and also from the board.

In December, FedEx Corporation had announced Indian-American Subramaniam's appointment as president and CEO of FedEx Express. Subramaniam will continue to serve as president and CEO of FedEx Express and will also serve as co-president and co-CEO of FedEx Services. Subramaniam has been with FedEx for more than 27 years and has held various executive level positions in several operating companies and international regions.

He began his career in Memphis and subsequently moved to Hong Kong, where he oversaw marketing and customer service for the Asia Pacific region. He then took over as president of FedEx Express in Canada before moving back to the US as senior vice president of international marketing. He was then promoted to executive vice president of marketing in 2013 at FedEx Services, prior to being named executive vice president and chief marketing and communications officer at FedEx Corporation in 2017.

"On behalf of the Board and management team, we recognise Dave for his years of service to FedEx. FedEx has a deep bench of talent, and I am confident that the transition will be seamless," said Frederick W Smith, chairman and chief executive officer, FedEx Corporation. "Raj has significant experience in many areas of our portfolio, which will be vital as he steps into this position."

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