SimpleTire Expands FedEx Partnership - Tire Review Magazine

SimpleTire Expands FedEx Partnership

SimpleTire customers now have the option to have their tire orders shipped to any of the nationwide FedEx offices.

SimpleTire customers now have the option to have their tire orders shipped to any of the nationwide FedEx offices.

FedEx will hold tires for up to five days until the customer is ready to come by to pick them up. This time window provides customers an added level of flexibility for scheduling their tire installation with a local automotive shop.

“FedEx has been a great partner of ours for a longtime,” said Josh Chalofsky, SimpleTire’s chief operating officer. “They continue to impress us with their capabilities and willingness to work to provide our customers a great experience. This ‘delivery and hold’ option is another important innovation that benefits our customers.”

When ordering on, customers just need to choose the FedEx Office location that is nearest for them. When the order is delivered to that office, they are notified upon its arrival and then can pickup the order.

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