Federal Express (FedEx)
Authorized Shipper

"The World On-Time"
Here are a few guidelines to follow when using FedEx.
Please visit www.fedex.com to see more details and any new updated information.
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Daily Pickup at Copy Post Plus

  • 11:30 A.M. Weekdays. No Weekend Pickup.

Priority Overnight

  • Next Day Morning. [Dependant on Local Routes]
  • Next day delivery available on the West Coast only. (WA, OR, CA, NV, ID, UT, AZ, limited CO).

Standard Overnight

  • Next Day Afternoon.
  • Next day delivery available on the West Coast only. (WA, OR, CA, NV, ID, UT, AZ, limited CO).

2-Day Air A.M.

  • Two Day Morning.
  • Available in certain areas.

2-Day Air

  • Two Days by the end of the business day.


  • Approximately Seven Days by the end of the business day.

Misc. Information:

  • Maximum Total Length+Girth = 164”
  • Maximum Weight = 150#
  • Maximum Length = 108”
  • Dimensional Weight [Domestic] = (Length x Width x Height) / 166
  • Dimensional Weight [International] = (Length x Width x Height) / 139
  • LIMITED Declared Value for Artwork, Antiques, Glassware, Jewelry, Furs, Precious Metals, Stocks/Bonds/Cash/etc. 
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Federal Express

FedEx Corporation is an American multinational courier delivery services company headquartered in Memphis, Tennessee.[2]The name "FedEx" is a syllabic abbreviation of the name of the company's original air division, Federal Express, which was used from 1973 until 2000. The company is known for its overnight shipping service, but also for pioneering a system that could track packages and provide real-time updates on package location (to help in finding lost packages), a feature that has now been implemented by most other carrier services.[3]



FedEx Ground is a shipping company that is a subsidiary of the FedEx Corporation. It is headquartered in Moon Township, Pennsylvania, a suburb of Pittsburgh. Originally conceived as a lower cost competitor to UPSRoadway Package System (RPS) was created to take advantage of new barcode, material handling and computer technologies.

After beginning service on March 11, 1985, the company grew, expanding service from its initial coverage of the Mid-Atlantic states, so much so that it eventually became the largest subsidiary of its parent company, Akron-based Roadway Services. By 1996, RPS had achieved 100% coverage of the United States and Canada. In addition, Roadway Services had been reformed as a new holding company called Caliber System, Inc.

In 1997, Fred Smith, founder of FedEx, contacted Dan Sullivan, co-founder of RPS and now president of Caliber Systems, Inc., about merging the two companies.[1] In 2000, FedEx merged the Caliber System, Inc. operating companies into the FedEx organization with Robert's Express becoming FedEx Custom Critical and RPS becoming FedEx Ground. Viking Freight, which initially operated under its original name, was re-branded FedEx Freight in 2001.