"Residential delivery" means a delivery made to a home or private residence, including locations where a business is operated from the home, and/or a delivery in which the shipper has designated the delivery address as residential."Residential pickup" means a pickup from a home or private residence, including locations where a business is operated from the home."Commercial delivery" means any delivery that is not a residential delivery."Consolidator" means any person, corporation, partnership or other entity that is independent from Fed Ex and derives income from the consolidation of the packages of others for tender to us, including all Fed Ex Authorized Ship Center locations and entities who have executed a Packaging and Pricing Agreement, Package Consolidator Agreement or Packaging Agreement with Fed Ex."Customer," "sender" or "shipper" means the person whose name is listed on the airbill as the sender.
or less, and Fed Ex paks, boxes and tubes must weigh 50 lbs. "Freight" means any single piece, skid or freight handling unit with a chargeable weight greater than 150 lbs.
"Guide" or "Service Guide" means the Fed Ex Service Guide, as modified, amended or supplemented.
"In good credit standing" means: (1) that payment on the Fed Ex account is current; (2) the account is not in "cash-only" status; and, (3) for commercial or business accounts, the balance does not exceed the credit limit established by Fed Ex.
If the recipient refuses to pay, the package will be treated as undeliverable and the sender will be responsible for all transportation charges and other fees, including all special handling fees.
For customers utilizing our electronic systems, a valid Fed Ex account number is required for "Bill Sender," "Bill Recipient" or "Bill Third Party" transactions.
"Proof of delivery" means electronically captured delivery information, which may include date, time, location and signature information.