FedEx Office's in-store services include faxing, on-site computer rental, printing, binding and shipping services. It also sells office supplies, provides passport photos and offers shredding services.Continue Reading
As of 2015, FedEx Office has over 1,900 locations in the United States and around the world. In addition to the print, fax and shipping services that the brand is well known for, the store also assists with document creation, signs and graphics. This company services private individuals as well as commercial accounts. FedEx Office also has SM Print Online, which assists customers with remote business or personal printing. Some products and services vary by location.
FedEx Office offers a myriad of copy and print services with ease in accessibility. Individuals can conveniently print flyers, presentations and other forms of media online or via their mobile device. For mobile printing, users simply download their documents to the cloud or My Online Docs, depending on their mobile device, and print.
FedEx Office was founded by Paul Orfalea in 1970 and was known as Kinko's. The company started in Isla Vista in California, and it was headquartered in Ventura, California, for many years but eventually relocated to Dallas, Texas, in 2002. In 2004, Kinko's was purchased by FedEx and was known as FedEx Kinko's until it rebranded as FedEx Office in 2008.Learn more about Mail & Shipping