Using our website, you can track the full path of a parcel purchased in an online store or marketplace.
Few people do not know about Aliexpress - the most popular trading platform for goods from China. Parcels are most often sent via Yanwen, ePacket, and SF-Express, read on to find out how to track any parcels from Aliexpress.
The eBay Global Shipping Program has appeared on the popular auction site worldwide, thanks to which the Pitney Bowes partner company delivers goods from eBay worldwide.
Track your order with ASOS.com by the sent order number or track number. We can easily track your parcel by tracking your order number. Most parcels are sent via WNDirect and TRAKPAK, for more information, see this section.
Questions that arise when tracking parcels and answers to them
A track code, also called a tracking number, or a tracking number, or a unique postal identifier, a personal dispatch number that allows you to identify a parcel in any courier service system. Using this track code, it becomes possible to track the location of the shipment and get additional information, such as the addressee, recipient, weight of the parcel, and others. It can contain only letters, numbers, or mixed letters, numbers, and other symbols.
To track the route of a parcel by number, you first need to find the track number or, in other words, the track code of the parcel given by the online store to your order. Then, as soon as the tracking number is detected, enter its value in the search field above, and our service will help you track the shipment and show the approximate delivery date.
After placing an order in an online store or on a trading platform such as Amazon, Aliexpress, Ebay, your order receives a personal number. This code, given by the store, is needed to distinguish your order between orders of other users.
The track number of the parcel is given by the transport or postal company and is needed so that the mail can distinguish the parcel from others that it also sends to recipients. Remember: it is only possible to find out the location of the parcel to which the order was sent from the online store by using the parcel code. But it is possible to find it by order code only in exceptional cases, for example, stores like ASOS or sent via eShopWorld.
You can stop tracking a parcel in the following cases:
When you stop tracking, the actions are the same: write to the seller weekly before the end date of order protection and ask for an explanation. And when the deadline comes to an end, seek the return of funds.
Thanks to our service, tracking a track number consisting of only numbers or a track number without letters is as easy as tracking international numbers.
The 10-digit track number can be found via DHL Express, SDEC, and J-NET.
Tracking an 11-digit track number is possible via China Post, while a 12-digit track number can be easily tracked using SF-Express or German Post.
A track number consisting of 14 digits is usually tracked via Russian Post, Nova poshta, and Yanwen.
Parcels that are not traceable are delivered in a low-cost way and therefore do not pass registration along the entire route. Usually such parcels are sent by China and Malaysia post. In order to find out the date of arrival of such an untraceable parcel to the post office, you can track it using our service, as well as find out the approximate date of arrival to the post office. Then wait for a paper notification from the post office, so you can pick up the parcel. There is also always an option to ask the postal workers to notify you by phone about the appearance of parcels addressed to you.
For standard parcels of the International Postal Union type AA987654321XX, the carrier is the state postal service of the country from which the shipment was made, where the code contains 2 letters and is always at the end: by Belarusian Post, DE German Post, US United States Post.
Otherwise, it is not so easy to find a carrier. this is why our service has collected a lot of possible track numbers and checks 450+ delivery and logistics services around the globe. After tracking your parcel, the service will show which delivery services and through which carriers it was sent.
To find a parcel using the track code, you need to know the exact name of the company that delivers your parcel. Of course, you can go to the site of this company, if you have one, or search for the track code entry field, or a section of the site.
It is obvious that it is not very convenient to visit the site of each company for a long time. Each service has a different site from the other, and the parcel can pass through several companies at once. Therefore, you just need to enter the tracking number of your parcel at the top of this page and click the "Track" button.
The postal service issues a receipt that contains the postal item number. If the purchase is made in an online store, the code should appear on the page of your order.
Don't forget that the order number is the tracking number: first assigns the store where purchased, immediately after purchase, and the second only after the registration of the parcel to the courier or postal company. And then within a few days after payment, it is sent by the seller.
If the number is not available both on the order page and at the post office, then write to the seller personally.
Depending on the destination country, delivery times may differ, but you should approximate the following delivery times:
At the same time after assigning the track number, in the case of delivery made by a non-Express service, it is not possible to find out the location of the parcel. This is especially familiar to online stores.
The parcel is first registered with the transport / postal company, it is Packed and sent to the sorting point (approximately 2-7 days are spent on all the preliminary stages). Only after sorting, its barcode is read, and it gets the tracking status.
The top of what you can see after assigning a track number is messages like: "the shipment is registered for dispatch, the order is created, and the order information is received by the delivery company".
A courier company is responsible for the delivery of packages, documents, and mail between two parties. Unlike state-operated post offices, courier delivery services are usually privately-owned companies that offer more competitive services such as door-to-door package delivery 7 days a week, with some even boasting 24/7 services. Most couriers will also offer same day or next day package delivery and international package delivery services at more attractive prices.
Tracking number, tracking number, postal ID, or track code is the personal number of the sent parcel that determines your shipment in the postal service system. This track number allows you to track where the parcel is located, weight, data about the recipient, sender, and more. Basically consists of numbers, letters, and their combinations.