FedEx Stops Shipment of Huawei Phone Due to US Government Ban
FedEx Stops Shipment of Huawei Phone Due to US Government Ban
FedEx refuses to deliver Huawei phone from UK to US
23 June, 2019, 22:13
FedEx refused to deliver a Huawei phone sent from PC Mag, which was to be used for review. It looks like someone at FedEx is interpreting the current government action against Huawei as banning all Huawei products from entering the country at all.
Huawei, the world's biggest telecoms gear maker, is at the centre of the US-China trade dispute.
Earlier this month, FedEx apologized for delivery errors on Huawei packages following reports that parcels were returned to senders, and China's biggest tech company said it's reviewing its relationship with the USA delivery service. However, the weirdest response towards the US-China trade ban comes from courier giant FedEx, who denied the delivery of a Huawei P30 Pro to the United States. The logical extension of blacklisted sales is blacklisted shipments, it would seem.
Recently, PCMag, a well-known technology media, wrote that a British author sent a Huawei P30 mobile phone to them via FedEx for further evaluation, and this is not a new mobile phone. Whether PCMag believes it or not, shipping a Huawei phone, even if it already belongs to a particular site, group, or individual, is tantamount to supporting Huawei. Many US-based tech companies that had business partnerships with Huawei have since cut ties with the company in compliance with Trump's administration. It's really a bad time to try to update a Huawei phone review as well, in light of the ban, considering that Americans can not purchase Huawei phones.
FedEx, the multinational courier delivery service, has refused to deliver a Huawei P30 smartphone headed to the US from the United Kingdom due to the Sino-US trade tension.
Today, PCMag revealed that they received an official FedEx statement stating that the Huawei P30 phone was "returned incorrectly" and "apologized for the mistakes in this operation". Since then, Google has revoked Huawei's Android license, though the full effect won't happen until August 19th. It's because of that we now know that FedEx is taking a rather unusual stance against Huawei and the Chinese government in light of the trade ban. The news has been revealed by PC Mag who tried to ship a Huawei P30 Pro phone to the United States from the UK. President Trump has said he's interested in some kind of trade deal that includes taking Huawei off the blacklist, but Senator Mitt Romney and others have been vocal about Huawei not being part of a trade deal with the US.
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