Within the contiguous U.S., the company offers: FedEx Freight Priority, when speed is critical to meet a customer’s supply chain needs; FedEx Freight Economy, when a customer can trade time for cost savings; and FedEx Freight Direct, a service to meet the needs of the growing e-commerce market for delivery of heavy, bulky products to or through the door for residences and businesses. FedEx Freight also offers freight delivery service to most points in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
To track less-than-truckload (LTL) and FedEx Express® Freight services enter your PRO number or Shipment ID number above to track the location of your shipment after pickup has been made.
FedEx Freight provides LTL and other freight services. The largest LTL carrier in the United States by revenue.
Any shipment over 150 lbs. is considered freight. Freight shipping is the transportation of goods, commodities and cargo in bulk by ship, aircraft, truck or intermodal via train and road. It can be transported domestically or internationally by land, air or sea.
FedEx Freight is the first and only nationwide LTL carrier to offer pallet-level tracking and visibility for your multiple-pallet shipments and domestic shipping without a paper Bill of Lading.* You can use FedEx Freight® Priority for your time-sensitive less-than-truckload (LTL) shipments, or if you can trade time for savings, choose FedEx Freight® Economy.
Track the FedEx Freight cargo using waybill, as well as any postal and courier shipment from China, Israel, USA, UK, Italy, France, Netherlands.