Initially known as FDX Corporation, its name was formally changed to its current name in January 2000. This name change was followed by a general rebranding of all of its subsidiaries offering other services besides express shipping. FedEx’s numerous other operating segments include its original overnight courier services, FedEx Express, FedEx Ground, FedEx Freight, Fed Ex Custom Critical, and FedEx Services. As of 2017, FedEx Express had a total aircraft fleet size of 657 aircraft in service. In that same year, the FedEx Express' freight revenue amounted to about 4.1 billion U.S. dollars. The FedEx Services segment comprise of subsidiary divisions such as FedEx Offices (formerly FedEx Kinko’s), FedEx Ship Centers, as well as, FedEx office and print centers which provides such services as copying, printing, and access to the internet. Total package revenue for FedEx in 2017 was around 21.7 billion U.S. dollars.
FedEx Corporation has continued to grow its portfolio with total assets rising to a value of around 48.5 billion U.S. dollars in 2017. Looking to expand its operations in Europe, FedEx acquired TNT Express, a Dutch-owned international courier delivery service company, in May 2016.