MyGround Support always provides you the latest news about what is going on in the FedEx Ground contractor industry. Whether it be related to the FedEx RFI process, FedEx ISP transition, ISP negotiation, FedEx Linehaul, or general news, MyGround Support will share the most pertinent and helpful information.
Please see some of the latest news below and don't forget to look at our site for services we offer to aspiring, new, or existing FedEx Ground Contractors
May 2017 - MAJOR NEWS: FedEx Ground announces long-term plan for overlap contracting condition
FedEx Ground will begin to contract only for CSAs that include both Ground and Home Delivery services in the entire geographic area. This combined-service CSA contracting condition, which will apply to businesses providing services out of co-locations, is essential to meet the needs of the evolving market.
January 21, 2017 - Another big FedEx Ground hub almost complete
June 10, 2016 - Watch a day in the life of a FedEx Ground Route Owner in AZ.
In May of 2016 FedEx Ground is busy breaking ground on numerous hubs. Package volume keeps going up and up! Contact us if you are buying an existing contractor to be part of the growth or if you need help to be a start-up contractor. Allentown, PA will be around the clock construction.
- FedEx plans round-the-clock construction once it breaks ground on megahub
- FedEx Ground Holds Groundbreaking Ceremony for New Hub in Middletown
- FedEx distribution center breaks ground east of Sparks
Mar 10, 2016 - Work Truck Direct caught up with Bruce Eucce of BE Transportation last week and asked him about his transition in California to the FedEx ISP Model in 2015.
A video by John Frazen on FedEx Ground Routes (buying FedEx routes and other attributes)
May 2, 2016: City of Rolla announces FedEx Ground relocation to larger facility
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