FedEx's lawsuit against the Trump administration stems from its inability to monitor hundreds of thousands of consignments for violations of regulations.
It is nearly impossible for FedEx to determine exactly what technology is included in their deliveries and where it comes from Fred Smith, the company's chairman, to "Special Report" to Bret Baier Monday.
"We approached the Ministry of Commerce today and told them that the Department of Commerce is increasingly applying restrictions on exports and imports in various geopolitical and international countries. Trade disputes pose an impossible burden on FedEx and joint carriers," he said.
"According to the Ministry of Commerce regulations, we are likely to be the policeman for these export and import controls ̵
CHINA WILL FEDEX, TO CONCLUDE WHY THE HUAWEI PACKAGE WAS NOT SENT TO US  "We must certify, under the Department's rules, that the shipper – who may or may not be telling the truth – is in compliance with these export regulations. Despite the fact that we handle 15 million daily shipments, if we make a mistake we can be fined $ 250,000 apiece.
In a statement released on Monday, the company continued to sue its decision
"As a company committed to complying with all laws and regulations in the countries in which we operate, FedEx strongly supports the goals of US export control laws, "states the statement.
" FedEx is a transportation company, not a law enforcement agency. "
Shortly after Smith's interview, Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross told Fox News," The regulation states that ordinary carriers can not knowingly ship items that violate the entity list or other export control authorities. It is not necessary for a normal forwarder to be a police officer or to know what is included in each package. "
The lawsuit follows after Chinese technology firm Huawei asked FedEx for clarification after apologizing for not shipping any brand-name equipment to the US
China's State Department spokesman Geng Shuang said the shipping company should make a statement After FedEx issued a statement stating that an "operating error" was to blame for failing to ship the parcel to the US, Reuters reported.
Friday According to PCMag, FedEx refused to ship a parcel that it allegedly missed The package, which was shipped from the United Kingdom to the United States, was eventually returned after about five hours of residence in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Smith responded to the situation in his interview with Baier.
FEDEX WORKERS WILL NOT MAKE VIRAL FOR STOPPING
"Huawei is just a symbol of that That's a problem, "Smith said.
"The Huawei incident involved two packages – two out of 15 million – in which a 30-year-old employee – a great FedEx team member – made a mistake and diverted two packages for a compliance audit. We returned it to the customer and we apologized.
"There was the third one in the UK, where a relatively new teammate – because the box was on Huawei – misinterpreted the regulations and did not accept the package."  Smith said the problem is indicative of the "confusing situations" that can result from the rare broadcast that "becomes an international event."
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"It's impossible," he said.
Fox Business's Katherine Lam has contributed to this report .