Find Economical Shipping Solutions for Small Business

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Whether you ship a large amount of packages, a small amount of packages or rely on efficient returns, FedEx SmartPost® is a reliable and affordable solution.

Here, we’ll focus on the small shippers who need low-weight packages delivered to residential customers.

FedEx SmartPost is ideal for online retailers, catalogers, fulfillment houses and other direct marketers.

FedEx SmartPost uses the U.S. Postal Service® for final delivery to your customers, giving you access to 100% of U.S. residences — including PO boxes, military APO, FPO and DPO destinations, Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, Guam, U.S. Virgin Islands and all other U.S. territories.

You also benefit from Saturday delivery with no surcharges, no residential surcharges, reliable transit times and shipment status tracking with estimated delivery date at fedex.com.

If you’re business ships less than 500 packages a day, watch this video and see how your FedEx SmartPost package travels from you to your customer.

First, a FedEx Ground truck picks up your shipment and transports it the nearest FedEx Ground Hub.

Next, a FedEx Ground truck moves your shipment from the FedEx Ground Hub to the FedEx SmartPost Origin Hub, where it is unloaded and sorted.

There are more than 25 strategically located hubs across the U.S.

A FedEx Ground truck then delivers the shipment to the FedEx SmartPost Hub nearest to your customer.

From there, a FedEx SmartPost contractor transports the shipment to your customer’s local U.S. Post Office before a USPS carrier delivers it to your customer’s residence.

FedEx SmartPost shipping helps you take advantage of dock-to-doorstep pick up and delivery thanks to our alliance with USPS.

To learn more about FedEx SmartPost, go to fedex.com/us/smartpost.

FedEx SmartPost for Small Business

If you ship fewer than 500 residential low-weight packages a day, see how FedEx SmartPost works to make shipping simple for you and convenient for your customers. Watch this video, and then go to http://www.fedex.com/us/smart-post/ to learn more.