FedEx Express announces retirements, promotions
|By Wayne Risher, The Commercial Appeal, Memphis, Tenn.|
|McClatchy-Tribune Information Services|
Ducker, whose 40-year career began at the
"If any single individual at FedEx Express can be said to embody our global express business over the last 40 years, it would have to be
Ducker's successor will be
The changes come at a time when FedEx Express is pushing to increase profitability by
Ross, a 30-year employee, is scheduled to retire
Bronczek said of Ross: "Through her resourcefulness and leadership abilities, she has played a critical role in helping FedEx Express navigate our many challenging financial issues while providing sound counsel and invaluable strategic advice."
Smith has been managing director of life sciences and specialty services since 2009 and responsible for U.S. international planning and engineering within global trade services since 2013.
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