How to get FedEx to take your stuff online

FedEx Express announced it will allow customers to order their items online and deliver them to their doorsteps in a pilot project starting this month.

The initiative is being piloted by FedEx Express, which is rolling out a network of more than 1,000 FedEx warehouses that are available online to businesses and retailers.

It is expected to eventually add more than a dozen warehouses in New York City and Washington, D.C.

Customers will be able to use the FedEx Online Delivery app and use the online tools to place orders and track delivery times, FedEx said in a blog post announcing the program.

The company will be rolling out additional online warehouses later this year.

In addition to the new FedEx warehouses, FedEx also is expanding its online shopping capabilities.

The airline is adding 50 locations to its online grocery delivery network, including some that are currently limited to just one or two locations.

In addition to expanding its grocery delivery options, FedEx is adding more than 150 online grocery retailers in the next year.

FedEx has also added an online delivery partner for groceries, and it is working with Amazon and other grocery delivery providers to extend the availability of grocery delivery for customers who have pre-purchased products.

Customer satisfaction at FedEx has been on a steady decline since its IPO in 2014, and the airline has seen some customers and businesses cut back on their use of FedEx.

For example, last month, FedEx announced that it was reducing the number of FedEx Ground packages it offers to customers who live outside of the U.S. by 20 percent to 15 percent.

FedEx said that the move was due to customer pressure to use its service outside the U, where it charges significantly higher fees.

FedEx Express announced it will allow customers to order their items online and deliver them to their doorsteps in a…