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China investigates illegal knives sent to Hong Kong via FedEx

CHINA has launched a probe into allegations that FedEx Corp illegally handled a package containing restricted shipments of knives bound for Hong Kong

China investigates illegal knives sent to Hong Kong via FedEx

CHINA has launched a probe into allegations that FedEx Corp illegally handled a package containing restricted shipments of knives bound for Hong Kong

05 September 2019 - 19:00

CHINA has launched a probe into allegations that FedEx Corp illegally handled a package containing restricted shipments of knives bound for Hong Kong. The items involved have been temporarily detained as the investigation is underway.

'The shipment in question was handled correctly via standard security protocol. The package was from a regular shipper and was handed over to appropriate authorities by FedEx, consistent with our regular process and procedures. The package never left its origin city, was never delivered, and remains with the authorities,' FedEx said in a statement, reported New York's FreightWaves.



In June, FedEx rerouted packages sent by Chinese telecom maker Huawei Technologies bound for Huawei's offices in Asia to its worldwide headquarters in Memphis, Tennessee. FedEx subsequently apologised for the incidents.


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