FedEx Express Facts - Canada
World's largest express transportation company and second largest airline. Connects 90% of the world's GDP with door-to-door, customs-cleared service, all backed by our money-back guarantee.
5985 Explorer Drive
Began Operations in 1987 as Federal Express Canada Ltd.
President: Lisa Lisson
Hub Facilities: Vancouver, Toronto, Montreal
Began operations in April, 1973
Revenue (Corporate-wide): $43 billion (USD) annually (June 2012)
Countries served: 228
Number of Airports Served: 375
Average daily package volume (Global): More than 8.5 million shipments for Express, Ground, Freight and expedited delivery services.
Canada web address: www.fedex.ca
Customer service: 1.800.GoFedEx 1.800.463.3339
Total Number of Facilities:
3 Call Centres
1,141 Drop-off locations
- Express: 1,057 stations; 10 air express hubs
- Ground: 32 ground hubs; over 500 pickup/delivery terminals
- Freight: Approximately 355 service centers
- Office: Nearly 2,000 locations
- 698 FedEx World Service Centres™
- 1,804 FedEx Office locations
- 6,671 FedEx Authorized ShipCenters® and Alliance Partners
- 43,106 FedEx Drop Boxes (including 4,988 U.S. Postal Service locations)
Total Number of Vehicles:
- Canada: 1650
- Corporate-wide: More than 90,000 motorized vehicles for express, ground, freight and expedited delivery service.
Total Number of Aircraft:
- Canada: 162 intra-Canadian flights and 104 international flights a week consisting of B757 / A300/ MD10/ MD11 type aircraft.
- Global: 688 aircraft; more than 375 airports served worldwide.