Shipping Companies in United States
DHL is an international shipping company with presence in 220 countries and territories worldwide. They provide service for businesses and consumers and feature online ordering, express shipping and multimodal transportation.
Since it’s official opening in 1973, FedEx has been focused on delivering products for consumers and businesses efficiently and quickly, utilizing air transport for express shipping. It has evolved since then to include international shipping, ground shipping, FedEx Freight and FedEx Office, which is a physical location where consumers and businesses can pack, ship, print, copy and perform other important tasks.
The official postal service of the United States, USPS has been delivering mail domestically since 1775. Today, USPS ships domestically and internationally, including shipping to military overseas.
Newgistics (a Pitney-Bowes company) is a USPS postage reseller whose customer-focused tools include automatic tracking and electronic End-of-Day forms.
R+L Carriers is a privately owned American freight shipping company based in Wilmington, Ohio, which grew over the course of 50 years from one truck to a fleet of 21,000 tractors and trailers.
LaserShip (previously Laser Courier) was founded in 1986 in the Washington, DC metro area, USA. Today, LaserShip’s last-mile ground delivery network consists of more than 60 distribution centers and 4 sort centers across 23 states that reach over 140 million consumers in the US. LaserShip has evolved into a leading provider of same-day and next-day delivery services in the Eastern and Midwest U.S.
FedEx Corporation is an American multinational delivery services company headquartered in Memphis, Tennessee. The name "FedEx" is a syllabic abbreviation of the name of the company's original air division, Federal Express, which was used from 1973 until 2000.