Business & Investment

Alabama FedEx driver dumped parcels six times, sheriffs say

According to the county sheriff’s office, FedEx Corp. A former driver of FedEx Ground, the ground delivery division of Alabama, dumped luggage at least six times during an unspecified period in and around Blount County, Alabama.

Sheriff Mark Moon said investigators had identified the driver, but they have withheld that information so far, according to an online report from nearby Birmingham television station WVTM. As many as 450 packages could have been dumped in various locations, Moon said.

Last week, 300-400 FedEx Ground packages were found in a private canyon in Blount County, near Hayden, Alabama. FedEx Ground driver executives from all over the country landed in the area, picked up their luggage and tried to deliver it to their destination. The FedEx Ground driver operates as an independent contractor.

FedEx (NYSE: FDX) Local media reports said they were working with investigators and officials were no longer servicing FedEx Ground.

“If possible, the recovered package will be delivered to the intended recipient. If the shipment is damaged, we will work with the affected shipper to resolve it,” FedEx said in a statement. I am saying.

Investigators try to connect the motives behind the driver’s tactics and actions. Each FedEx Ground delivery van can accommodate 300-400 packages.



Alabama FedEx driver dumped parcels six times, sheriffs say

https://www.freightwaves.com/news/fedex-driver-in-alabama-dumped-parcels-on-6-occasions-sheriff-says Alabama FedEx driver dumped parcels six times, sheriffs say

Back to top button