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There is a lot to learn about FedEx contracting and buying a FedEx route. Our buyer resources library gives you the information you need to know before you jump in.

About FedEx Routes

Most FedEx delivery routes are not actually operated by FedEx, but rather by small businesses and independent contractors across the country.


KR Capital works with a network of lenders who specialize in providing loans for buyers seeking FedEx route financing. These loans are typically in the form of an SBA loan or conventional loan.

Owning a FedEx Route

Owning a FedEx route can take the form of P&D and/or linehaul. Before you buy, it is important to understand differences between each business.

Cost of FedEx Routes

The cost of FedEx routes has risen steadily over the past several years. A growing business model and increased buyer demand are just some of the contributing factors.

FedEx Approval Process

New buyers wishing to contract with FedEx will be required to complete a detailed approval process. This process will vary slightly depending upon whether the routes are P&D or Linehaul.

Buyer Forms

The decision to purchase FedEx is a big one and should not be taken lightly. We have compiled a list of important resources for any buyer considering a FedEx venture.
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