Surcharge and Other Information
(For Payers in Malaysia)
For information about our surcharges, please download the ‘FedEx Surcharge and Other information’ PDF from the link below.
2017 Export and ImportOne Surcharge and Other Information
2017 International DirectDistribution Surcharge and Other Information
2017 International First Surcharge and Other Information
2017 International Priority FedEx 10kg and 25kg Box Surcharge and Other Information
For the complete terms and conditions on FedEx services, please refer to the reverse side of the FedEx International Air Waybill, and the online Standard Conditions of Carriage or International Service Terms and Conditions of the shipment.
Out of Delivery/Pick-up Area Surcharge
FedEx Express international shipments delivered to or picked up from remote and less-accessible locations are charged an out-of-delivery-area or out-of-pickup-area surcharge. Effective January 18, 2016, a surcharge for out-of-delivery-area and out-of-pickup-area will be implemented for pick-ups and deliveries in selected areas of West Malaysia. A list of postal codes and cities where these surcharges apply is available here.
Shipments to Vessels and Ships
This applies to shipments that fall under Malaysia Customs Special Provision tariff 9800.00.700. Duty and tax free entry may be allowed subject to customs assessment officer’s approval. Please click here for more information.
Free Commercial Zone Declaration for Shipments with Formal Entry into and out of Malaysia
Non-document shipments with formal entry into and out of Malaysia’s Free Commercial Zones (FCZ) at the KL International Airport and Penang International Airport will be charged for FCZ declaration. The FCZ charge applies to non-document shipments on a per air waybill basis for both inbound customs-cleared shipments as well as shipments to be exported out of Malaysia. Please click here for more information.
A surcharge applies to any piece, skid, or pallet of a freight shipment that is non-stackable, which means the piece, skid, or pallet cannot be stacked vertically in a safe and secure manner. A pallet or skid is defined as non-stackable if the customer has designated it as such with a sticker, if it has cones or hats on the top, or if it has an obtuse shape.
Applicable Services: International Express Freight Services (IPF, IEF).