Interested in purchasing your very own FedEx route? Before you put the money in to make an investment of this size, you might have some questions that need answers. This is the list of the basic questions that you might have when it comes to first getting started. From here, you should be able to determine if a FedEx route is right for you, and if you’re ready to partner with a trusted brand to grow your very own business.
What do you need to know before you secure your route? Here are the basics… Continue reading FedEx Routes: Common Q&A
Like any small business, owning your own FedEx route requires having your own FedEx route drivers. These are workers that you need to be able to rely on to carry out deliveries and to make your business succeed. Continue reading How to Retain FedEx Route Drivers
FedEx route owners who are in the delivery realm of things understand that their trucks are the bread and butter of their business. Without trucks, the work would be impossible. And to have to replace trucks? Expensive! That is why it is critical to take great care of your fleet, to keep the trucks rolling throughout the year. These low cost and relatively straightforward truck maintenance tips will keep your FedEx routes humming along. Continue reading FedEx Truck Maintenance Tips
How does FedEx Ground work? And how will the process impact your decision to buy or sell FedEx routes? Whether you are in the market for an independent business or are simply curious as to how FedEx operates, read on get answers to salient process questions. Continue reading How Does FedEx Ground Work?
If you have ever received a package delivered to your home, you have probably wondered how do FedEx routes work. With FedEx handling several million packages a day, this post will aid potential route owners in understanding fact vs. fiction surrounding routes. Continue reading How Do FedEx Routes Work?
It’s a question we receive almost daily. FedEx contractors contemplating the sale of their routes often first want to understand the timeline that goes along with a successful sale. The process of selling a set of FedEx routes has a wide number of variables that contribute to the timeline – both controllable and non-controllable.
Continue reading How Long Will it Take to Sell My FedEx Routes?
For many FedEx contractors, the news of the impending ISP transition has likely been at the forefront of your mind – particularly if your routes fall below the imposed ISP minimums. As most contractors know by now, FedEx has implemented a nationwide ISP rollout that is slated to transition all states to ISP by 2020. For those contractors whose routes fall below the 5 PSA/500 stop minimum, this announcement is even more significant – and perhaps a little unsettling. It should be noted that certain states and terminals have minimums that take exception to this rule. However, the majority of contractors around the country are faced with a very important question to ask: What do I do if my routes aren’t ISP compliant?
Continue reading My FedEx Routes Are Not ISP Compliant: What Now?
There’s a lot of work that goes into preparing a set of FedEx routes for sale; compiling financials, valuing the business, marketing to and qualifying buyers, etc. But what happens once the deal is negotiated and the buyer is ready to start FedEx approval? Continue reading FedEx Sale & Transition Checklist
Our firm was selected to be interviewed by www.FitSmallBusiness.com to discuss the different aspects of what it means to be a FedEx contractor. The article touches on the following points:
- Where to find FedEx Routes for Sale
- The minimum requirements you need in order to become a FedEx contractor
- Types of routes you can purchase
- Expected costs and earnings for FedEx route contractors
- Financing options that are available to you to purchase a route
To read the full text of the article, please follow the link below:
FedEx Routes for Sale: The Ultimate Guide
If you drive for work, you don’t have the luxury of escaping the snow. Furthermore, as we speak, many parts of the country are experiencing snow and icy roads. Unfortunately, it doesn’t matter how bad the roads are. Unless they’re closed, you still have to make your deliveries, and it’s best to be prepared for these conditions in advance.
Did you know that approximately 70 percent of the roads in the United States are located in snowy regions? A majority of these roads are driven by truckers, including shipping services. Snowy weather is responsible for 24 percent of weather-related vehicle crashes each year, attributing to 900 fatalities and more than 75,000 injuries.
The danger is very real, particularly for large vehicles, like trucks, that have unique needs during the winter. Even if you live in a warm state and drive mostly non-snowy routes, as a FedEx delivery truck driver, it’s essential that you learn how to handle the snowy conditions you’ll see throughout the country.
Continue reading 12 Winter Weather Driving Tips for Your FedEx Drivers