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About Us

About Us

Most people know FedEx Canada as a reliable shipper, committed to getting your package - large or small - to its destination on time. But FedEx Canada is also a technological innovator, a supporter of community and global charities, a dedicated employer and much more. We connect 90% of the world's GDP with door-to-door, customs-cleared service, all backed by our money-back guarantee.*

FedEx Express Canada Quick Facts

Canadian headquarters: 5985 Explorer Drive
Mississauga, ON
L4W 5K6
(905) 212-5000
Legal Name: Federal Express Canada Corporation

Began Operations in 1987 as Federal Express Canada Ltd.
President: Lisa Lisson
Hub Facilities: Vancouver, Toronto, Montreal
Canadian Website: fedex.ca
Customer Service: 1.800.GoFedEx 1.800.463.3339
Total Number of Facilities: 65 stations

1229 staffed locations (mixture of Full-Service and Onsite (PU/DO Only) models)
Drop Boxes:
284
Total Number of Team Members: 12,300
Total Number of Vehicles: Express: 2,700+
Total Number of Canadian Airports Served:  25
Total Number of Aircraft: 32

326 intra-Canadian flights and 116 international flights a week consisting of B757 / B767 / A300 / A310 / MD10 / MD11 / ATR-72 / C208 type aircraft.

FedEx Freight Canada Quick Facts

Team Members: 360+
Equipment:
360+
Trailers:
710+
Centres: 11

Edmonton; Calgary; Winnipeg; London; Hamilton; Cambridge; West Toronto; East Toronto; Ottawa; Montreal; Quebec City 

(British Columbia and the Maritimes are managed by vendor carriers).  

FedEx Ground Canada Quick Facts

Team Members: 3,500+
Facilities: 42 hubs and stations

6 substations

FedEx Trade Networks Canada

Team Members: 553
Office Locations: 7

Montreal, QC; St. Bernard de Lacolle, QC; Toronto, ON; Windsor, ON; Winnipeg, MB; Coutts, AB; Vancouver, BC

FedEx Supply Chain

Team Members: 2,153
Distribution Centres: 6 (one facility in Alberta and Quebec; four facilities in Ontario)