SKULabs transmits package information electronically to FedEx meaning you no longer have to submit an End of Day Close or print out your manifests (and in-fact you can't). This is true for most online services which are compatible with FedEx.

Just tell your driver that SKULabs sends this information electronically to FedEx, so there's no need to verify it physically. You can ask your drivers to do an acceptance scan of your packages to initiate tracking on-site. Otherwise, tracking begins at the FedEx facility.

You can print a shipment summary from SKULabs that is not scannable if you would like documentation of what the driver picked up each day.

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