FedEx SmartPost Hub Network
|5431||Grove City, OH|
|5531||New Berlin, WI|
|5631||St. Louis, MO|
|5843||Salt Lake City, UT|
|5902||Los Angeles, CA|
FedEx SmartPost Zone Skipping
You can get your shipments to your customers quickly and realize significant cost savings with FedEx SmartPost® from FedEx Ground. FedEx SmartPost uses FedEx to ship packages to the U.S. Postal Service® (USPS) system destination closest to your customer, and the postal worker carries it the last leg for delivery. FedEx SmartPost uses a highly efficient, cost-effective network specifically built to tender low-weight, non-urgent packages to local USPS destinations. This ability to inject packages into local post offices is known as “zone skipping,” and it enables FedEx SmartPost to provide the highest-quality delivery service, in the shortest time, at the best possible price.
Here is how it works:
- Based on your average daily shipping volume, we offer a customized solution to get your packages from your facility to our high-tech distribution facilities for same-day sorting.
- After sorting at a FedEx facility, the packages are transported using the FedEx Ground shipping network.
- When your shipments arrive at the destination hub, the packages are moved to the local post office.
- The USPS then provides the “last mile delivery” to your customer.
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