How does FedEx International Mail work?
FedEx International Mail (the standard international shipping option) is a consolidated shipping service. Packages shipped using this service are first sent to a FedEx Sort Facility in Los Angeles, California. From there, they are sorted by country and shipped to that country's local postal service for customs clearance and final delivery.
This service usually delivers in 2-4 weeks from the ship date, but can take up to 5 weeks if there are any delays in customs clearance, shipping, or final delivery. There is no international tracking for this shipping method! Once it leaves the USA, that's it until it arrives!
Again, any package shipped via the FedEx International Mail service will be delivered by your local postal service, not by FedEx. Please check with your local postal carrier if you have questions about your package.