Does FedEx operate on Sundays?

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FedEx has SameDay service, which is offered only in certain areas, on Sundays. SameDay service is a premium service intended for extremely urgent deliveries. Customers are charged significantly higher fees for SameDay service than they are for standard FedEx services.

In addition to FedEx SameDay service, FedEx linehaul trucks also move on Sundays. Linehaul trucks, unlike delivery trucks, are the large semi tractor-trailers that carry packages over long distances. Other FedEx entities that operate on Sunday include essential operations divisions as well as sort facilities. Although standard FedEx service is not available on Sundays, Saturday service is available for an additional fee. FedEx pickups are not performed on Sundays except in the case of SameDay service.

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