Postmen is FedEx Compatible Solution. If you have got FedEx shipper account, simply complete your Account Number and shipping address in Postmen and you can start shipping from AMEA, US, CA, and LAC regions.

For other regions, this developer guide teaches you how to get access to FedEx shipping API via Postmen or FedEx XML/Web Services. See also the list of required API credentials/keys for FedEx integration.

Get FedEx API Credentials (compatible solution)
Register for a FedEx shipper account if you do not already have one. Otherwise, login to get your FedEx online account.
Login Fedex, add a new account number if you don't have one.







Go to Postmen to connect your FedEx shipper account with shipping address.
If you do not know your FedEx Shipping Address:
Log in to your FedEx account. Click your profile icon and choose My Profile. The FedEx Shipping Address is under Contact Information.
Go through FedEx End-User License Agreement, click the checkbox to agree with the agreement, and click Submit

Get FedEx Sandbox API Credentials (not compatible solution)

Register for a FedEx developer account if you do not already have one. Otherwise, login to your FedEx online account.

Visit  FedEx Web Services Page --> FedEx Web Services --> Develop and Test --> Get your test key

Complete the form and make sure you select Global and US , then accept the agreement to continue. If you're testing intra-country within European countries, select the right country in addition to the US and Global account number.



Note down the Developer Test Key, Account Number, and Meter Number.


Check the email associated with your FedEx account. You should receive an email with the title Your Developer Test Key Registration is complete, in which you can find the Test Password

Get FedEx Production API Credentials (not compatible solution)

Visit  FedEx Web Services Page --> FedEx Web Services --> Move to Production --> Get Production Key
Complete the forms, then accept the agreement to continue.


Note down the Production Key and Meter Number displayed. Production Account Number can be found at My Profile --> Account Management

Important note: You can only make rates request before FedEx Web Services certification process

Check the email associated with your FedEx account. You should receive an email with title Your developer Production Key Registration is complete, in which you can find the Production Password

Go through the FedEx Web Services certification process so that you can print FedEx shipping labels in Production.

You can generate the testing labels using your sandbox credentials at Postmen.

The United States and Canada: websupport@fedex.com
All other countries within LAC (Latin America and the Caribbean): helpdesk@fedex.com
Brazil: ct-hdesk@mail.fedex.com
EMEA (Europe, Middle East, Africa, and Indian sub-continent): emeawebservices@fedex.com
APAC (Asia-Pacific): apacwebservices@fedex.com

Required FedEx API credentials
Account Number: FedEx account number

Optional FedEx API credentials
Meter Number: FedEx meter number. Only required for not compatible solution.
Key: FedEx Key. Only required for non-compatible solution.
Password: FedEx Password. Only required for non-compatible solution.
Preferred currency: You can specify the ISO 3 currency code to get shipping rates in the preferred currency. By default, the rate will be displayed in the currency the same as that of your FedEx account.

FedEx Developer Resources

Read FedEx docs
Supported FedEx service types and service options
Postmen FedEx technical support: support@postmen.com
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