This guide will teach you what makes FedEx different from other carriers.
The goal of this guide is to detail the best and cheapest ways to use FedEx. We will walk you through FedEx's pricing, predefined parcels, service levels, pick-up guidelines, how to create a FedEx account, and how to start generating production FedEx labels with EasyPost.
FedEx has over 650 aircraft and 49,000 trucks in their fleet to deliver your packages on time. FedEx handles over four million packages everyday, all over the world. EasyPost supports all of FedEx's functionality, along with the full functionality of 121 other carriers.
If you haven't shipped your first label with EasyPost, we recommend you check out our Getting Started Guide.
You can download FedEx's documentation for their APIs at www.fedex.com/us/developer/. Their documentation will include additional information about various fields and formats they accept. Please note, the interface may not be identical to the API presented by EasyPost, as we standardize across multiple carriers.
FedEx UK has different Service Levels than FedEx in the US. Check out the docs for each carrier's Service Levels.