Smaller shippers edging in on FedEx and UPs


Regional shipping companies are slowly grabbing market share from FedEx (FDX) and UPS (UPS) as the patch together networks which make their service a viable option for big companies such as Amazon, Walgreen, or Avon Products.

The lean companies offer better rates and faster delivery in some markets.

Regional shippers account for 3% of the total market and will see their combined revenue top $1B for the first time this year.

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