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Other Changes That May Affect Your Rate

Updated Sept. 21, 2020

Other Changes That May Affect Your Rate

Updated Sept. 21, 2020

The following surcharge changes will take effect in 2021*

Surcharge What’s changing in 2021?

Additional Handling Surcharge

Express Package and Ground Services

A surcharge applies to any package that:

(Dimension)

1) measures greater than 48 inches along its longest side;

2) measures greater than 30 inches along its second-longest side;

(Weight)

3) has an actual weight greater than 50 lbs. (FedEx U.S. Express Package Services and U.S. Ground Services)

4) has an actual weight greater than 70 lbs. (FedEx International Express Package Services and International Ground Services)

(Packaging)

Please consult the FedEx Service Guide for full list of criteria.

Effective Jan. 18, 2021, a surcharge will apply to any Express and Ground package that measures greater than 105 inches in length and girth (the length and girth is length plus (two times the height) plus (two times the width)). The following will be added to the existing criteria under the Dimension heading.

  • Measures greater than 105 inches in length and girth (the length and girth is length plus (two times the height) plus (two times the width))

High Cost Service Area Surcharge

 

FedEx Freight

 

Effective Jan. 18, 2021, there will be a FedEx Freight High Cost Service  Area Surcharge

The surcharge will apply to any shipment that is not rated on the below list of transportation rates, if the origin ZIP code and/or the destination ZIP code of the shipment are on a select list of U.S. ZIP codes.

  • Current FXF PZONE, FXF EZONE, FXF 1000, FXF 501 base rates in effect at the time of shipping.

See the list of select U.S. ZIP codes where a High Cost Service Area Surcharge will apply.

International Out-of-Delivery-Area Surcharge and International Out-of-Pickup-Area Surcharge

Currently, shipments delivered to or picked up from remote and less-accessible locations outside the U.S. are assessed an International Out-of-Delivery-Area Surcharge or an International Out-of-Pickup-Area Surcharge.

View a list of postal codes or cities where these surcharges currently apply.

Effective Jan. 18, 2021, certain international shipments to/from the U.S. will be assessed an International Out-of-Delivery-Area Surcharge or an International Out-of-Pickup-Area Surcharge for International Express Freight services based on ZIP code location of the pick-up or delivery.

See the International Out-of-Delivery-Area Surcharge and International Out-of-Pickup-Area Surcharge ZIP code changes PDF for a list of the ZIP codes where these surcharges will apply. These U.S. locations will be in addition to the international postal codes or locations where these surcharges currently apply.

Fuel Surcharge for U.S. Domestic Express Freight



For FedEx Express, the fuel surcharge is a percentage assessed on the net package rate plus applicable surcharges. The fuel surcharge percentage is subject to weekly adjustment based on the weekly U.S. Gulf Coast (USGC) spot price for a gallon of kerosene-type jet fuel, as published by the U.S. Department of Energy. The surcharge now in effect applies to all FedEx Express® U.S., U.S. ex­port and U.S. import shipments, except for FedEx International Express Freight® and FedEx International Airport-to-AirportSM shipments.

Effective Feb. 1, 2021, the fuel surcharge for U.S. Domestic Express Freight services will be a charge per pound assessed on the rated weight of the shipment. The charge per pound will be subject to weekly adjustment based on the weekly published U.S. Gulf Coast (USGC) spot price for a gallon of kerosene-type jet fuel. 

Preview the fuel surcharge table effective Feb. 1, 2020

For a PDF version of this information, download the 2021 Other Surcharge Changes PDF.

*Please consult the FedEx Service Guide FedEx Freight 100 Series Rules Tariff for additional details regarding surcharge definitions.

FedEx Service Guide

FXF 100 Series Rules Tariff