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FedEx in Canada

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Here is a FedEx Freight Canada International 8600 with a lift gate trailer doing city deliveries in Missisauga - June 2009 After YRC Canada combined the operations of Reimer Express and Yellow Freight Canada into Yellow's terminal, FedEx Freight moved into the former Reimer terminal on Shawson Drive in Mississauga.
Here is a set of FedEx Freight doubles heading out on a run. July 2013. This inbound FedEx Freight set is waiting to turn onto Shawson Drive and head to the terminal. - July 2013.
I found this line of 5 new FedEx Freightliner Cascadias at a truck shop in Oakville, apparently to be readied to be put in service. They weren't wearing license plates. June 2014.
Here is a FedEx Freight Mack daycab with a set of pups at a truckstop near the Mississauga terminal. - June 2016 The offices of FedEx Trade Networks in Mississauga. FedEx Freight in heavy traffic on Highway 401 - July 2016.
FedEx Ground (the EX is green) carries small parcels from the US to Canada and across Canada. This Freightliner daycab pulls a long trailer that is likely for local service only. July 2016. Here is a "D" class expedite truck from FedEx Custom Critical heading toward Toronto. April 30 2018. Here is a peddle unit from FedEx Express making its rounds in Mississauga and Oakville. August 2018
In August 2016 FedEx Corporate announced that the logos for all Opcos (Operating Companies) would be standardised with the iconic Purple and Orange colours. In September 2018 we saw two FedEx Ground trucks. The Volvo was pulling a pup trailer with the older FedEx Ground logo. The tandem trailer that went past a few minutes later wore the newer standard logo.  

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