You can easily connect your pre-existing FedEx account to your ShippingEasy account. This will allow you to use your negotiated FedEx rates within ShippingEasy. Use the link below to access an article that explains in more detail how to connect your FedEx account.
Once connected, you can use the multi-carrier Rate Comparison Tool to ensure that you are always getting the best rate.
An active FedEx account
FedEx account number
FedEx meter number
FedEx SmartPost Hub ID (if applicable)
To connect a FedEx account to ShippingEasy:
Select the Connect FedEx button.
Fill in the FedEx Account Information that you have on file with FedEx into the corresponding fields.
Contact First Name and Contact Last Name
City, State, and Zip
Under the Settings section, complete the following options if applicable:
Check the box to Enable FedEx SmartPost and select your Hub ID from the dropdown
Check the box to Enable FedEx SmartPost Returns
Check the box to Send Electronic Trade Documents (ETD)
Upload your Signature image
Upload your Letterhead image
Select the Default Duties Payor
Review the "Terms and Conditions". Once finished, scroll all the way down to the bottom of the page and select the Yes, I accept this agreement. This tells FedEx you adhere to their terms and conditions.
Click the Connect Account button.
You're all set to start printing FedEx labels!
FedEx Rate and Billing Information
Once you create a shipment, you are billed by FedEx directly based on the rates you negotiated with FedEx.
When a package is delivered, the mail carrier will determine the final cost, including any surcharges. If you are being charged a different amount in FedEx from what is shown in ShippingEasy, it is possible that there are additional surcharges for your shipment. Learn more about FedEx surcharges.
The rates you receive for FedEx are only quotes. FedEx reserves the right to add additional fees to a shipment after it has been delivered.
Additional Carrier Forms
ShippingEasy automatically assigns the correct customs form to eligible shipments with all of the required information included as it is pulled from the store. We also allow you to print Commercial Invoices from the SHIPMENT HISTORY page.
FedEx allows the user to process Electronic Trade Documents (ETDs), however, not all destinations accept these electronic submissions. FedEx keeps a list of all destinations that accept ETDs.
The origin ID is an internal designation for the account set by FedEx to determine route information. For further information, please contact FedEx.