Sure, they deliver overnight packages.
On time, every time, they say. I believe that.
The drivers are courteous and efficient, and I like them.
Their slogan is "Safety First".
But not for my best friend's husband. You see, Dan worked in several Fed Ex dispatch offices for many years, and now he is dying from all those years of working inside a building with poor ventilation, where the garage was attached to the office building and exhaust fumes from the Fed Ex delivery trucks constantly leaked into the offices.
Perhaps Fed Ex did not know that the fumes would actually kill people, but we all have known for many decades that exhaust fumes are bad for your health. Very bad.
Dan and other employees complained numerousl times about the exhaust fumes leaking into their offices, but Fed Ex never did anything about it.
Now, eight years after Dan was diagnosed with lung disease, finally, Fed Ex has improved the ventilation system and posted warning signs about the hazards of breathing in exhaust fumes.
This is all too late for Dan, who is rejecting the lung transplant that gave him a few more years of life. He is dying, and the doctors can't do anything about it. Dan is still a young man, less than 60 years old.
The only thing that Fed Ex cares about is that they might have to pay Dan a little bit of money for what they did to him. They won't even offer him one year's salary for having killed him!
So I never use Fed Ex, and I never will.