FXF 100 Rules Tariff

Early Delivery

US Section 1
US/Canada Section 2A
Intra Canada Section 2B
US/Mexico Section 3

Effective Date January 4, 2016

Item 752


Early Delivery
(Unless otherwise provided, this item is not applicable via FedEx Freight® Priority service)

  1. Eligibility: Should a FedEx Freight® Economy shipment be available for delivery at the FedEx Freight destination service center on a date preceding its scheduled delivery date and at the request of the consignor, or consignee or third party, the Early delivery service fee will be assessed to the shipment if the shipment’s delivery is accomplished prior to the original scheduled delivery commitment. FedEx Freight reserves the right to deny service based on its discretion.
  2. Requesting Early delivery: Early delivery shipments must be arranged through the destination service center to confirm shipment can be delivered as being requested. Written authorization must be provided from the requestor of the service.
  3. Charges for Early delivery are the responsibility of the requestor of the service. A flat fee of $110.00 will be added to the shipment’s invoice.
  4. Early delivery does not carry any guarantee of service. Attempted delivery of the shipment will be considered fulfillment of the early delivery request.
  5. Carrier reserves the right of recourse against the shipment debtor should the Carrier be unable to collect any applicable Early delivery charges from the requestor of the service.
  6. These terms and conditions shall control in the event they directly conflict with the provisions contained in any applicable contract or other applicable tariff item.
  7. Any Early delivery on a non-business day as defined in item 115 will be subject to charges as stated in item 753.
  8. Early delivery is defined as delivery of the freight to the customer’s facility or pickup by the customer at the FedEx Freight destination service center before its scheduled delivery date.