PBS Barbados

Many arms of the FedEx brand have resulted in FedEx operating the largest fleet of civil aircraft in the world, and delivering more freight than any other airline. PBS Barbados benefits from the airfreight forwarding service offered by FedEx Freight between the mainland of the U.S. and Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic, and other Caribbean islands, including Barbados.

FedEx Express, FedEx Ground, FedEx Custom Critical and FedEx Global Logistics came into the vocabulary with the FedEx name umbrella of 2000. FedEx Corporate Services was created to handle the sales, marketing and customer service for FedEx ancillary companies, and FedEx Trade Networks was born of the acquisition of the acquisition of logistics companies TowerGroup and World Tariff. PBS Barbados partners with this global giant of speedy delivery.

Placing FedEx firmly in the retail sector to serve the general public, FedEx acquired Kinkos Printing and Document Services in 2004, and added its brand to the name. FedEx Kinko’s locations offered FedEx shipping, and the Kinko’s name was dropped from the name in 2008, leaving the moniker as FedEx Office. This retail arm of FedEx offers to companies like PBS Barbados copying, digital printing, finishing, document creation, Internet access, computer rentals, signs and graphics, direct mail, Web-based printing, and FedEx shipping.

PBS Barbados in the Warren Industrial Park of St. Michael, Barbados, specializes in business solutions. Offerings for the corporate, individual or small business owner struggling with business-related issues include marketing strategies for image, pricing and service. Technology in postal and document solutions offer answers to the creation and handling of documents as well as the efficient movement of postal items, both incoming and outgoing.