FedEx Supplier Registration Portal Login
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In order to connect prospective suppliers to upcoming business opportunities, FedEx has developed a supplier contact registration tool that is used by Sourcing professionals throughout all FedEx companies to identify prospective suppliers for all goods and services being purchased. All prospective suppliers that would like to be considered for business opportunities with any of the FedEx companies are required to register on this site.
FedEx aligns suppliers to specific purchasing categories via NAICS (North American Industry Classification System) codes. When registering on this site make sure to select all appropriate NAICS codes and attach any pertinent certifications. Once you have registered, your information will be visible to all Sourcing professionals in any of the FedEx companies. If FedEx has a business need for your company's products or services, you can expect to be contacted at such a time.
Please be patient, as contracts for the products or services offered by your company may already be in place. This may result in an extended waiting period as FedEx may not reach out to your company for some time.
From time to time make sure to log in and update your company information as appropriate. This ensures accurate alignment to the purchasing categories managed by Sourcing and maximizes the potential for consideration for future business opportunities.
Thank you for your interest in doing business with FedEx.
Supplier Registration Frequently Asked Questions
I have registered my company information on the site, now what?
FedEx employees utilize the FedEx Supplier Registration Portal to identify potential suppliers. If FedEx determines your capabilities can potentially meet our needs, someone may contact you. Please note that many of our contracts are multi-year and therefore, it may be some time before we go out for bid. You may periodically be prompted to update your information or to inform you about changes to the FedEx Supplier Registration Portal.
My company information has been registered but no one has contacted me. Why?
Please note that many of our contracts are multi-year; therefore it may be some time before you are contacted.
Is my information deleted from the system after a certain amount of time?
Yes. However, you will be prompted at update your company's information annually to ensure it remains active on our site. If your information is not updated for more than one year, it may be deleted.
I would like to talk to someone about my company being a supplier for FedEx. What do I do?
No individual can match the access provided by the FedEx Supplier Registration Portal. This system is your best opportunity to provide information to FedEx buyers, because it provides information about your goods and services to buyers in all the FedEx family of companies. No individual could do that.
Who can I contact for technical problems with the FedEx Supplier Registration Portal website?
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to report any technical issues.
Who can I contact for a non-technical question not listed on the FAQ page?
Send an email to email@example.com with any non-technical questions.
Do I have to upload my awards and/or Minority or Women-Owned certifications when I register?
In order to distinguish yourself from other suppliers, we suggest that you upload (attach to your registration) as many Awards and/or Minority and Women-Owned certificates that you have. In order to be considered as a supplier for FedEx, updated certifications must be provided.
Why does it take so long for someone to contact me?
Many products and services used by FedEx are under long term contract and will not be sourced until those contracts expire.
What is a "Minority-Owned Business"?
A "Minority-Owned Business" is a business in which at least 51 percent of the
company is owned, controlled and operated by one or more individuals from a
minority group. In the case of a publicly held concern, an individual or
individuals from a minority group must own at least 51 percent of all company stock.
Minority group members include:
- African-American: Citizens of the United States having origins in any of the Black African racial groups
- Asian-Pacific American: Citizens of the United States whose origins are from Japan, China, Philippines, Vietnam, Korea, Samoa, Guam, U.S. Trust Territories in the Pacific, Northern Marianas, Laos, Cambodia or Taiwan
- Asian-Indian American: Citizens of the United States whose origins are from India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh
- Hispanic American: Citizens of the United States of Spanish culture whose origins are Mexico, South or Central America or the Caribbean Islands
- Native American: American Indians, Eskimos, Aleuts, and Native Hawaiians
What is a "Woman Owned Business"?
A "Women Owned Business" is at least 51 percent owned by one or more women; or in the case of any publicly owned business, at least 51 percent of its stock is owned by one or more women; and whose management and daily business operations are controlled by one or more women.
What is a "Small Business"?
A "Small Business" is a business defined pursuant to Section 3 of the Small Business Act (SBA) and relevant regulations issued pursuant thereto. Generally, this means a small business concern organized for profit, which is independently owned and operated, is not dominant in the field of operation in which it is bidding, and meets the size standards as prescribed in government regulation. Consult your regional or district SBA office if further clarification is needed.