Surcharge and Other Information

For information about our surcharges, please download the ‘FedEx Surcharge and Other information’ PDF from the link below.
 

2021 Export Tariff Surcharge and Other Information
 

2021 International DirectDistribution Surcharge and Other Information
 

2021 International First Surcharge and Other Information
 

2021 International Priority FedEx 10kg and 25kg Box Surcharge and Other Information


For the complete terms and conditions on FedEx services, please refer to the reverse side of the FedEx International Air Waybill, and the online Standard Conditions of Carriage or International Service Terms and Conditions of the shipment.


Peak Surcharge

See our Peak Surcharge here.

 

Out of Delivery/Pick-up Area Surcharge

FedEx Express international shipments delivered to or picked up from remote and less-accessible locations are charged an out-of-delivery-area or out-of-pickup-area surcharge.

Effective January 18, 2021, certain international shipments to/from the U.S. will be assessed an out-of-delivery-area surcharge or an out-of-pickup-area surcharge for International Express Freight services based on the ZIP code location of the pick-up or delivery.

A list of postal codes and cities where these surcharges apply is available here.
 

Additional Handling Surcharge

An Additional Handling Surcharge applies to any package that meets any of the following criteria:

Dimensions
A surcharge applies to a shipment containing any package that:

1) measures greater than 121 centimeters along its longest side;

2) measures greater than 76 centimeters along its second-longest side;

Effective January 18, 2021, Additional Handling Surcharge - Dimension will also apply to any package that measures greater than 266 centimeters in length and girth.

Package shape and dimensions may change during transit, which can affect the package’s surcharge eligibility. If the dimensions change during transit, FedEx may make appropriate adjustments to the shipment charges at any time.

Freight

A surcharge applies to a shipment containing any freight handling unit that measures greater than 157 centimeters along its longest side.

We reserve the right to assess additional handling charges for freight and any freight handling unit that requires special handling during transit.

 

Oversize Charge

Effective August 14, 2020, an oversize charge applies to a shipment containing packages that exceed 243 centimeters in length* or 330 centimeters in length* and girth (L+2W+2H). 

Package shape and dimensions may change during transit, which can affect the package’s surcharge eligibility. If the dimensions change during transit, FedEx may make appropriate adjustments to the shipment charges at any time.

* Length is the longest side of a package.