A fuel surcharge is an extra fee charged by carriers to cover the fluctuating cost of fuel. It is calculated as a percentage of base rate and is usually added to a shipper’s freight bill to cover the cost of operations.
Carriers reserve the right to assess fuel and other surcharges on shipments without notice. The amount and duration of any such surcharges will be determined at their sole discretion. By tendering your shipment to FedEx or UPS, you agree to pay the surcharges. The fuel surcharge percentage for FedEx and UPS services is subject to weekly adjustment.
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