FedEx SmartPost Hub Network

Location Code
HQ – Brookfield, WI 5531
Allentown, PA 5185
Atlanta, GA 5303
Avenel, NJ Peak Annex
Baltimore, MD 5213
Charlotte, NC 5281
Chino, CA 5929
Dallas, TX 5751
Denver, CO 5802
Detroit, MI 5481
Edison, NJ 5087
Grove City, OH 5431
Grove Port, OH 5436
Houston, TX 5771
Indianapolis, IN 5465
Kansas City, KS 5648
Los Angeles, CA 5902
Martinsburg, WV 5254
Memphis, TN 5379
Minneapolis, MN 5552
New Berlin, WI 5531
Northborough, MA 5015
Orlando, FL 5327
Phoenix, AZ 5854
Pittsburgh, PA 5150
Reno, NV 5893
Sacramento, CA 5958
Salt Lake City, UT 5843
Seattle, WA 5983
Scranton, PA 5186
South Brunswick, NJ 5097
St. Louis, MO 5631
Wheeling, IL 5602
Windsor, CT 5061

FedEx SmartPost Zone Skipping

FedEx Smart Post 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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