Top 25 E-Commerce Companies Using FedEx

FedEx Corporation is a Tennessee-based transportation, eCommerce, and service company.

FedEx is short for its original name, i.e., Federal Express. It was one of the first companies to offer overnight deliveries and now has a global shipping and delivery services presence.

FedEx is the third most widely used shipping carrier in the world, with 13469 companies using FedEx (2022). It accounts for 20.23% of the global market share after UPS and the US Postal Service (USPS). 

Despite its worldwide reach, FedEx has a significant market share in the United States, where there are 9,064 eCommerce companies using FedEx, accounting for a market share of 24.3%.

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Here is a comprehensive list of the top eCommerce companies using FedEx:


Top 25 E-Commerce Companies Using FedEx:


1. eBay

eBay
  • Founder: Pierre Omidyar
  • Year Founded: 1995
  • Location: San Jose, California, US
  • eBay’s Monthly Unique Visitors: 28,935,812 
  • eBay’s Order Volume: >50000
  • eBay’s Company’s Web Sales: $5-$10B

eBay Inc. is a global eCommerce company that specializes in online shopping and auctions. Businesses and consumers can use the website to buy and sell goods and services all over the world.

eBay has also teamed up with FedEx to streamline selling through customers.


2. Walmart

Walmart
  • Founder: Sam Walton
  • Year Founded: 1962
  • Location: Bentonville, Arkansas, US
  • Walmart’s Monthly Unique Visitors: 15,583,688
  • Walmart’s Order Volume: >50000
  • Walmart’s Web Sales: >$10B 

Walmart Inc. is a corporate operating discount department stores, hypermarkets, and grocery stores in the United States.

Walmart has allowed FedEx to set up an office inside their stores. This will enable customers to print, pack, and ship packages like gifts to their desired location.


3. Target

Target
  • Founder: George Dayton
  • Year Founded: 1902
  • Location: Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States
  • Target’s monthly unique visitors: 8,963,428
  • Target’s Order volume: 50,000+
  • Target’s web sales: More than $5B

The Target Corporation is one of the biggest department store chains. Its eCommerce platform is www.target.com and competes with retail giants like Amazon.

Target has a FedEx Delivery Manager at select outlets where customers can pick up and drop off packages.


4. ASUS

ASUS
  • Founder: T.H. Tung, Wayne Hsieh, M.T. Liao, Ted Hsu
  • Year Founded: 1989
  • Location: Taipei City, Taipei, Taiwan
  • ASUS’ monthly unique visitors: 6,617,952
  • ASUS’ Order volume: 50,000+
  • ASUS’ web sales: $250M-$500M

ASUSTek Computer Inc., or simply ASUS, is a Taiwanese electronics company that makes computers, laptops, graphics cards, servers, and phones, among other things.

ASUS offers FedEx delivery in US and Canada.


5. Lowe's

Lowe's
  • Founder: Carl Buchan
  • Year Founded: 1961
  • Location:  North Wilkesboro, North Carolina, United States
  • Lowe’s monthly unique visitors: 6,987,222
  • Lowe’s Order volume: 50,000+
  • Lowe’s web sales: $5B-$10B

Lowe’s Companies, Inc. is a North American retail company that specializes in home improvement and hardware.

In 2019, Lowe’s and FedEx collaborated to offer same-day delivery using a robot.


6. DoorDash

DoorDash
  • Founder: Tony Xu; Andy Fang; Stanley Tang; Evan Moore
  • Year Founded: 2013
  • Location: San Francisco, California, United States
  • DoorDash’s monthly unique visitors: 206
  • DoorDash’s Order volume: NA
  • Doordash’s web sales: $1B – $5B

DoorDash Inc. is an online food ordering and delivery platform based in America. In March 2022, DoorDash began testing the use of FedEx for their business to allow customers to return packages.


7. Houzz

Houzz
  • Founder: Adi Tatarko; Alon Cohen
  • Year Founded: 2009
  • Location:  Palo Alto, California, United States
  • Houzz’s monthly unique visitors: 3,418,618
  • Houzz’s Order volume: 50,000+
  • Houzz’z web sales: $1B – $5B

Houzz is a website that focuses on architecture, interior and landscape design, and home improvement. They also sell mass-market and luxury furniture on their website and app.

Houzz uses FedEx, USPS, and UPS for its deliveries.


8. Gearbest

Gearbest
  • Founder: Jonathan D. Magasanik
  • Year Founded: 2013
  • Location: Shenzhen, Guangdong, China
  • Gearbeast’s monthly unique visitors: 9,293,947
  • Gearbeast’s Order volume: 50,000+
  • Gearbeast’s web sales: $250M – $500M

Gearbest is an online platform owned by the Chinese enterprise Globalegrow. It works with Chinese brands to deliver high-quality products.

Gearbest uses FedEx for door-to-door global deliveries.


9. Walgreens

Walgreens
  • Founder: Charles Rudolph Walgreen
  • Year Founded: 1901 
  • Location: Chicago, Illinois, U.S.
  • Walgreens’  Monthly Unique Visitors: 4,327,860
  • Walgreens’ Order Volume: >50000
  • Walgreens’ Web Sales: $1B-$5B

Walgreens is one of the largest pharmacy store chains in the US. It offers online retail services on its website, www.walgreens.com. Walgreeens operates more than 8,900 retail locations across America, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands and serves approximately 9 million customers each day. Walgreens annual revenue for 2021 was $132.509B, a 8.63% increase from 2020.

Like Target, Walgreens also has FedEx delivery agents.


10. LEGO Group

LEGO Group
  • Founder: Ole Kirk Christiansen
  • Year Founded: 1932 
  • Location: Enfield, Connecticut, US
  • Lego’s Monthly Unique Visitors: 3,733,917
  • Lego’s Order Volume: >50000
  • Lego’s Web Sales: $500M-$1B 

In 1932, the LEGO Group was founded in Denmark. It is in the business of selling interconnecting plastic brick toys. 

LEGO uses FedEx for its deliveries and even has a FedEx truck LEGO toy.


11. UNIQLO

UNIQLO
  • Founder: Tadashi Yanai
  • Year Founded: 1974 
  • Location: Ube, Yamaguchi, Japan
  • UNIQLO’s monthly unique visitors: 4,333,483
  • UNIQLO’s Order volume: 50,000+
  • UNIQLO’s web sales: $1B – $5B

Uniqlo Co. Ltd. is a Japanese brand that manufactures and sells casual fast fashion. FedEx is largely used for its deliveries in US and Canada.


12. GameStop

GameStop
  • Founder: Gary M. Kusin, James McCurry
  • Year Founded: 1984
  • Location: Dallas, Texas, United States
  • GameStop’s monthly unique visitors: 2,545,230
  • GameStop’s Order volume: 50,000+
  • GameStop’s web sales: $500M – $1B

The GameStop Corp. is an American retailer of video games and gaming merchandise. It only ships its products in the United States using FedEx. 


13. Spigen

Spigen
  • Founder: Daeyoung Kim
  • Year Founded: 2008
  • Location: Irvine, California, United States
  • Spigen’s monthly unique visitors: 616,056
  • Order volume: 50,000+
  • Spigen’s web sales: $50M – $100M

Spigen Inc. is a South Korean company that designs and sells smartphone accessories for popular models. It offers FedEx deliveries internationally.


14. Office Depot

Office Depot
  • Founder: F. Patrick Sher
  • Year Founded: 1986
  • Location: Boca Raton, Florida, United States
  • Office Depot’s monthly unique visitors: 2,277,139
  • Office Depot’s Order volume: 50,000+
  • Office Depot’s web sales: $1B – $5B

Office Depot is an American office supply company owned by the ODP Corporation. It offers FedEx home deliveries as well as pickup services at select locations.


15. PUMA.com

PUMA.com
  • Founder: Rudolf Dassler
  • Year Founded: 1948
  • Location: Herzogenaurach, Germany
  • PUMA.COM’s monthly unique visitors: 2,056,754
  • Order volume: 50,000+
  • PUMA.COM’s web sales: $500M – $1B

PUMA is a world-renowned sports brand that provides quality sportswear and gear. It offers standard, expedited, and next-day FedEx deliveries.


16. WebstaurantStore

WebstaurantStore
  • Founder: Fred Clark
  • Year Founded: 2004
  • Location: Lititz, Pennsylvania, United States
  • WebstaurantStore’s monthly unique visitors: 1,895,760
  • WebstaurantStore’s Order volume: 50,000+
  • WebstaurantStore’s web sales: $250M – $500M

The WebstaurantStore is a commercial-grade restaurant supply company based in the United States. All of their orders ship via FedEx.


17. Lululemon

Lululemon
  • Founder: Chip Wilson
  • Year Founded: 1998
  • Location: Vancouver, Canada
  • Lululemon’s monthly unique visitors: 2,527,847
  • Lululemon’s Order volume: 50,000+
  • Lululemon’s web sales: $1B – $5B

Lululemon is a Canadian athletic and lifestyle apparel, personal care, and accessories brand. It offers FedEx deliveries in the US and Canada.


18. Panasonic

Panasonic
  • Founder: Kōnosuke Matsushita
  • Year Founded: 1918
  • Location: Osaka, Osaka, Japan
  • Panasonic’s monthly unique visitors: 2,166,392
  • Panasonic’s Order volume: 50,000+
  • Panasonic’s web sales: $1B – $5B

Panasonic Holdings Corporation is a Japanese conglomerate that sells consumer electronics and home appliances. It uses FedEx for international deliveries.


19. Netgear

Netgear
  • Founder: Patrick C.S. Lo
  • Year Founded: 1996
  • Location: San Jose, California, United States
  • Netgear’s monthly unique visitors: 1,836,633
  • Netgear’s Order volume: 10,000-50,000
  • Neatgear’s web sales: $500M – $1B

Netgear Inc. is an American company that sells routers, switches, DSL cables, surveillance cameras, etc. All of its orders are shipped via FedEx.


20. ASICS America Corporation

ASICS America Corporation
  • Founder: Kihachiro Onitsuka
  • Year Founded: 1977
  • Location: Kobe, Hyogo, Japan
  • ASICS AMERICA CORPORATION’S monthly unique visitors: 361,012
  • ASICS AMERICA CORPORATION’S order volume: 10,000-50,000
  • ASICS AMERICA CORPORATION’S web sales: $250M – $500M

ASICS is a Japanese brand that manufactures innovative sports footwear and apparel. It has a global presence and uses FedEx for deliveries and returns.


21. American Eagle Outfitters

American Eagle Outfitters
  • Founder: Jerry silver man, Mark Silverman
  • Year Founded: 1977 
  • Location: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, U.S.
  • AE’s  Monthly Unique Visitors: 1,887,750
  • AE’s Order Volume: >50000
  • AE’s Web Sales: $1B-$5B

American Eagle Outfitters Inc. is an American retailer for clothing and accesories. Their clothes are meant for high school and university students. AE recorded total net revenue of $5B 16% better compared to the pre-pandemic fiscal year 2019. 

They offer same-day FedEx deliveries.


22. Philips

Philips
  • Founder: Gerard and Frederik Philips
  • Year Founded: 1891
  • Location: Andover, Massachusetts, US
  • Philips’ Monthly Unique Visitors: 1,952,577
  • Philips’ Order Volume: Information unavailable
  • Philips’ Web Sales: $100M-$250M

Philips is a notable Dutch conglomerate that offers a wide range of consumer electronics, personal care, and domestic appliances, as well as healthcare technology. They offer 3-9 business days deliveries with FedEx.


23. B&H

B&H
  • Founder: Herman Schreiber; Blimie Schreiber
  • Year Founded: 1973
  • Location: New York, New York, United States
  • B&H’s monthly unique visitors: 4,878,525
  • B&H’s Order volume: 50,000+
  • B&H’s web sales: $500M-$1B

B&H is America’s favorite photo and video store with 400,000 products and over a 1000 employees. It receives millions of online orders and ships to 179 countries. B&H partners with Fedex to provide Free expedited, Free standard and low-cost shipping options. 


24. Texas Instruments

Texas Instruments
  • Founder: Cecil H. Green, J. Erik Jonsson, Eugene McDermott, and Patrick E. Haggerty
  • Year Founded: 1951
  • Location: Dallas, Texas, US
  • Texas Instrument’s Monthly Unique Visitors: 2,874,658
  • Texas Instrument’s Order Volume: 10,000-50,000
  • Texas Instrument’s Web Sales: $500M-$1B

Texas Instruments is a leading and dedicated technology company in America. It offers an extensive collection of products globally. The DHL supply chain store manages the inventory of Texas Instruments. DHL also provides a wide variety of logistic services to this company, such as safer handling of products, a secure warehouse, and better, quick, and cost-effective transportation. 


25. My Theresa

My Theresa
  • Founder: Susanne and Christoph Botschen
  • Year Founded: 2006
  • Location: Munich, Germany
  • Texas Instrument’s Monthly Unique Visitors: 2,124,117
  • Texas Instrument’s Order Volume: > 50,000
  • Texas Instrument’s Web Sales: $500M-$1B

Mytheresa is an industry leader in the world of online luxury fashion and retail which has a long and rich fashion heritage that spans more than 30 years. It has over 200 of the best international designers, 600 new arrivals each week. With the help of Fedex, they offer free returns and exchanges within 30 days to more than 133 countries across the globe.


Conclusion

These eCommerce platforms utilize the services of FedEx companies, including FedEx Express, FedEx Ground, FedEx Global Logistics, FedEx Custom Critical, and FedEx Services, to ship and deliver their products.

Many of these prominent online stores using FedEx have entered into partnerships to improve customer experience and provide unique services like the pickup, drop off, and return of packages. You can learn more about FedEx's operations and metrics here.

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