Yet another ISP question: two entities or one?

Discussion in 'FedEx Discussions' started by jbee, Sep 21, 2014.

  1. jbee

    jbee New Member

    We're going through the ISP change, but will have routes in two terminals. We're trying to decide the better choice: have two separate entities (means we have to buy a route in each terminal to be large enough) or sell off one set of routes and have one large CSA.

    Also, anyone willing to discuss ISP changes, please message.
  2. bbsam

    bbsam Moderator Staff Member

    Why sell anything? You can be one entity in two buildings.
  3. jbee

    jbee New Member

    Sorry, yes, same entity, but two separate agreements. They're checking if there can be an exception since it's FedEx pulling us out of compliance (ironically all our routes are currently continuous with one another) but they don't think it'll happen. So even under one corporation, they both have to hit minimum numbers and require separate negotiations.

    Guess the big question is: how easy is it to sell an ISP?
  4. M I Indy

    M I Indy Member

    Indeed a big question. What will happen if you find a buyer for one set and Ex doesn't approve buyer? Will Ex just take both sets since without sale neither is in compliance? They wouldn't do that..... would they?
  5. bbsam

    bbsam Moderator Staff Member

    If you are serious.about that question, not as hard as you might think. We have been getting interest locally by some people connected to financial institutions. I'm starting to think that in certain circles an investment of this kind is rather lucrative.