Supercharge Your Supply Chain With Earlier Morning Delivery
Imagine your customer calls with great news: Because of an unexpected surge in sales, they need your product delivered tomorrow morning to meet inventory demands. Or consider the possibility of winning an account from a competitor if you could only commit to an earlier delivery time. Or let's say one of your distant branches needs a broken piece of equipment replaced as soon as possible to avoid interruption of your production schedule.
In all of these scenarios and more, you can beat your competition by relying on us. FedEx First Overnight® Freight1 delivers your urgent freight by 9 or 10:30 a.m. the next business morning, earlier than UPS Next Day Air® Freight.2
When you know your shipment will arrive in the morning instead of later that afternoon, you can anticipate a more productive workday and schedule your staff accordingly. This means a faster speed to market, better inventory control and smoother supply chain management. It means assuring your customers of an earlier commitment of your product delivery.
Whether your need is urgent, is a one-time change or requires an earlier regular shipment time, choose FedEx First Overnight Freight for faster, reliable time-definite morning delivery. Its features include:
- Delivery by 9 or 10:30 a.m. the next business day, depending on location.
- Saturday pickup and delivery available in some areas for an additional fee.
- Shipments to most primary service area destination ZIP codes.
- Availability throughout all 50 states.
- Support by a money-back guarantee.3
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