About Us

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: 64 stations

517 staffed locations (mixture of Full-Service and Onsite (PU/DO Only) models) 
Drop Boxes:
525
Total Number of Team Members: 7,500
Total Number of Vehicles:

3,000+

Total Number of Canadian Airports Served:  25
Total Number of Aircraft:

32

240 intra-Canadian flights and 112 international flights a week consisting of B757 / B767 / A300 / A310 / MD10 / MD11/ ATR-72 / C208 type aircraft.

FedEx Freight Canada Quick Facts

Team Members: 257
Equipment:
306

Tractors (CTVs) - 271
Straight Trucks - 35
Trailers:
423

28' - 235
48' - 88
53' - 138
Miscellaneous: 67

Company Cars: 5
Lift Trucks: 62
Centres: 11

Edmonton, Calgary, Winnipeg, London, Hamilton, Cambridge, West Toronto,
East Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal, and Quebec City 
(British Columbia and the Maritimes are managed by vendor carriers).  

FedEx Ground Canada Quick Facts

Team Members: 2,200
Facilities: 45

Hubs: 2 (Vaughan, Montreal)
International Gateways: 5

* Some restrictions apply. See Terms and Conditions section of the FedEx Service Guide for details.