FedEx scheduled delivery pending
fedex scheduled delivery pending
What does it mean when the FedEx tracking system says “schedule delivery pending”? It means that the delivery schedule for your package is not yet ready – it is pending.
The good news is that it is almost at its destination. The bad news is that it is not yet out for delivery – almost, but not yet.
What does it mean when the FedEx tracking system says “schedule delivery pending”?
It means that the delivery schedule for your package is not yet ready – it is pending. The good news is that it is almost at its destination. The bad news is that it is not yet out for delivery – almost, but not yet.
Sounds like you had a package that requires a signature or that the driver felt was unsafe to leave upon your doorstep. FedEx will make an effort to set a time with you to meet you at home, or offer you the option to pick up your packaged at a FedEx Office or Walgreens ship and get.
Here you go straight from FedEx “When a shipping status is pending. That means that it’s being processed by the shipping courier. A shipment is pendingwhen it has initially been scanned and received by the company.
FedEx uses this status to begin their logistic functions to get a package from your location to the intended destination.”
I didn’t work for FEDEX, but I assuming that based on the initial scan at the FEDEX OFFICE , an assumed delivery date it was scheduled for..
Either be patient or call 1800GOFEDEX. They can give you the best available details. It usually means it is coming, but running a “bit”late…and that they dont have a precise solution as yet
Hi Ozzie: When a shipping status is pending that means that it’s being processed by the shipping courier. A shipment has initially been scanned and received by the company.
When someone asks a question like this, they are not looking for a response that simply reiterates the object in other words.
e.g.: “It means that they scheduled the delivery but that the delivery is not going to take place as scheduled, it is going to take place at some other time, and for now it is ‘pending,’ meaning it will take place at some other time.”
The real question being asked is: “Where the f is my package?”
And the answer is: “We haven’t the foggiest f-ing idea!”
In my FedEx tracking, it says that it’s “Scheduled Delivery: Pending”, what does this mean? Last, at the top of it, it says that “No scheduled delivery date available at this time”, what does this mean too?
Unfortunately, there isn’t just one answer, it could mean a number of things,
Pending; could mean your package is at the station waiting to be scanned into a vehicle for delivery.
There could be an issue in transit, whether if it’s Express, there could be a flight or vehicle delay. For Ground, there may have been a hold up in transit with the trucks.
As for “No scheduled delivery date” your package might be missorted or lost at the time of that message. I’m sorry it’s not the clearest of answers, however, that’s about how far my knowledge goes for this information.
Is your item for a specific service with a specific date, such as 3 days or 2 days but arrived at the local station early? While not always this message, it can indicate it’s being held until the service date…as paid.
Sometimes it’ll be released sooner, especially in busy periods like Christmas. Otherwise, the carrier is diluting its premium services by delivering early. Could be the reason!
Why has the FedEx Express delivery changed ‘scheduled’ to ‘delivery pending’?
It could have something with the weather. In my experience, they had just changed their sort of procedure. My package kept getting on the wrong track. After a full week of missed deliveries, I was put in contact with the warehouse.
The only way I finally got my package was the supervisor from the home delivery division called a buddy in the commercial division who brought my package ( I think he used his privet vehicle) He didn’t have a scanner, he had a print out that he wanted me to sign I had to supply my own pen. The good news is I now have the direct ph# to the warehouse and the supervisor’s name.
Why would a FedEx package still be in transit for a week and not have a scheduled delivery date?
Its lost…. It says in transit because it must have accidently gone back to the main FedEx hub. If you have a tracking number you’ll be able to tell where it is.
I work at UPS and we had a situation like this happen here the other day. What happened was, we received the package from Salina, Kansas. Somehow it ended back up on the conveyor belt to the truck going back to Salina with all of our stuff.
Being peak season and close to the Holidays, this can tend to happen! Just be patient, look up the tracking number and see where it is! You should be getting it within the week!
Why is my packages not moving at Memphis, TN, it says in transit? It’s already 10 days and my status became pending and no scheduled delivery for now.
This could be one of several different reasons. I’m going to guess that this is a FedEx package?
Memphis is where the main FedEx hub is located and most packages fly there to be sorted. The package could have been missorted and sent in the wrong direction.
In my experience when packages are “pending” it has been because the package was lost/missorted. They usually will find the package and send it on its way but you should contact the shipper or the courier if you want someone to find it.
I have also seen labels being damaged which will delay shipments as well. I’m assuming this is a package that you are expecting….The courier will usually try to contact the shipper to get this straightened out.
There are other reasons but these are the most common.
FedEx and UPS are usually good at resolving this. USPS on the other hand….good luck.
What does it mean that shipping is pending and through FedEx?
FedEx has a service that they use USPS to handle what they call the “last mile” of delivery. It means that FedEx transports it from the origin to your post office. Then they hand it off to the post office and they deliver it the next day.
The FedEx system is automated so that once your shipment misses the estimated delivery date, the status changes to “pending” rather than a more explanatory “missed the delivery date”. FedEx is generally under no legal obligation to make their promised delivery date, so unless you have a specific contract saying otherwise, you just have to wait.