- Lower Shipping Rates
- Shipment Tracking
- Simplified Chartfield Billing
- Immediate Access to Shipment History
- Electronic Address Books
NEW FedEx Delivery HOURS
This memo is not related to SendSuite: FedEx is permanently changing their delivery times (reflected below). The changes push the delivery time back at least an hour.
The new delivery times might affect which shipping service you choose or how you package your shipments. For example, the original delivery time for Priority Overnight or International Priority packages was 10:30 AM but has changed to 12 PM. If you usually ship packages containing dry ice using either one of these services, consider adding extra dry ice to ensure the package's contents remain viable during the new hour-and-a-half delivery delay.
As of September 28th
- Priority Overnight delivery time will move from 10:30 AM to 12 PM
- Standard Overnight delivery time will move from 3 PM to 4:30 PM
- FedEx 2nd Day AM delivery time will move from 10:30 AM to 12 PM
- International Priority delivery time will move from 10:30 AM to 12 PM
VIEW OUR COVID-19 MAIL & SHIPPING CHANGES HERE
SendSuite FedEx packages can be dropped off at our front desk until 1:00 pm, Mon. - Fri. This is especially critical for packages with dry ice in order to ensure the viability of the package.
Print & Mail Services does not ship hazardous materials other than Dry Ice (UN1845), or Biological Substances Category B (UN3373).
If you are unsure a package contains hazardous items, contact Steve Natrop (801)581-5450 or Dana Parker (801)581-5300 from Environmental Health & Safety (EHS) for help packaging and labeling the shipment correctly, and to ensure it complies with the Department of Transportation.
SENDSUITE PROCESSING & DROP-OFF LOCATIONS
Click below to learn how SendSuite packages are processed and to see SendSuite drop-off locations located around campus.
COVID-19 UPDATE: SendSuite FedEx packages can be dropped off at our front desk until 1:00 pm, Mon. - Fri. This is especially critical for packages with dry ice in order to ensure the viability of the package.