FedEx Freight

History
FedEx Freight was established in 2001.

Headquarters
Memphis, Tenn.

Principal Officer
William J. Logue, President and CEO

FY14 Revenue
$5.8 billion (includes FedEx Custom Critical)

Workforce
More than 35,000 employees

Average Daily Volume

More than 95,000 shipments

Service Area
Service to virtually every U.S. ZIP code (including Alaska and Hawaii), with industry leading transit times. FedEx Freight also serves Canada, Mexico, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

Ground Fleet
More than 20,000 motorized vehicles

Operating Facilities
Approximately 370 service centers

Customer Service
1-866-393-4585 or customer support at fedex.com

Recent Awards

  • NASSTRAC: "Multi-Regional LTL Carrier of the Year" (2014)
  • Logistics Management Magazine: Quest for Quality Awards – “#2 Multi Regional LTL Carriers”; “#2 National LTL Carriers” (2014)
  • American Trucking Associations National Truck Driving Championships (2013):  
    — Wayne Crowder was named National Champion in the flatbed class
    — Don Logan (2012's Grand National Champion) won the Vehicle Condition Award
  • American Trucking Associations Technology and Maintenance Council SuperTech Competition (2013):
    — Mark McLean, Jr. was named Grand Champion

Facts About:
FedEx Custom Critical


Revised September 18, 2014