FedEx Concedes It will not be Able to Deliver all Packages in Time for Christmas due to Bad Weather and Last Minute Rush
In spite of doing their best, FedEx admits that it cannot make all packages delivered on time for Christmas.
Last-minute rush for holiday shipment along with bad weather in certain areas in the U. S has actually made it difficult for FedEx to deliver the huge volumes of packages.
Now FedEx is opening up express counters on Christmas Day so that people can collect their packages across the counter to keep the gifts under the decorated trees.
This was FedEx hopes to ease disappointments of untimely delivery Christmas Day. Though other FedEx offices will be closed on Friday but the counters at the Express offices will keep working from 9 a. m. to 1 p. m.
The carrier said, household deliveries will be at their top priority list on Christmas Day.
The trucks of Antoine Hall loaded with packages for delivery made its way to as many as it could on Thursday. As he delivers the last-minute packages, he says he is treated as he if he is jolly Old Saint Nick himself.
He added, "I've been told 'I love you' by many different people that I never met or never seen a day in my life before. A lot of people are like 'I love you, thank you so much' and I'm like 'ok I'm just Mr. FedEx to you, but if you love me I'll take it'."
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