The Texans are one of only three teams in the league to have an online logistics presence and they have more than 40,000 members.
This week, they opened a truck logistics tracking system that helps companies ship items between their facilities and customer service centers in the Dallas area.
The Texans have set their sights on a new industry, too.
They have hired former FedEx chief operating officer Jeff Riese as its chief logistics officer, and they’re considering moving their online logistics operation to an Austin, Texas, hub.
And, of course, the team has a new team owner, the Texas Public Policy Foundation, which has raised $50 million for an office in the state and $60 million to expand its offices in Austin and Houston.
The new Texans will be the first team in a decade to own its own logistics company.
The Texans bought the Houston-based FedEx Group last year, and the team’s operations are owned by FedEx.
The company has about 10,000 employees worldwide and is one of the largest in the world.
The Texas team will also have its own fleet of trucks that can deliver products to its offices.
The team is also using FedEx’s delivery truck technology.
The Texas team’s trucks can be used to transport equipment to customer service offices.
“We are moving forward with a new way of doing things,” Houston Texans owner Bob McNair said during a news conference in November.
“We are not just a logistics company.”