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Track all your shipments from 1752 carriers in 250 countries on a single website!

Package tracking can be a huge hassle. You have to know which carrier will handle your package, and then you have to track it through each of their websites. With our package tracker, all of that is taken care of for you. Just enter your tracking number in the field above and you’ll get a comprehensive history of tracking events, delivery time estimates, and the current status and location of your package. Plus, we’ll provide links to the official carrier websites so you can be sure that the tracking information is up to date.

Using a package tracker is a great way to stay up-to-date on the progress of your package, and it can give you peace of mind knowing that you’ll be able to see where it is at all times. Plus, it can save you a lot of time and frustration if you’re trying to track a package that is being shipped internationally. So if you’re looking for an easy way to track your package, we are here to help.

Popular couriers and logistic companies

You don’t have to guess who is carrying your package – we will automatically detect it based on the tracking number and let you know where your package is at. We support over 1700 courier and logistic companies all over the world including these:

About the package tracking numbers

What is a package tracking number?

Package tracking numbers are assigned to packages when they are shipped. This number is used to track the package and find its location.

This is especially important for time sensitive deliveries. If there is a problem with the package, the tracking number can also be used to help resolve the issue.

How does a tracking number look like?

Package tracking numbers usually consist of letters and numbers typically between 8 and 40 characters long, sometimes with spaces or hyphens between groupings of characters.

Where do I find my tracking number?

The package tracking number is typically printed on your shipping receipt or the package label (often near the barcode). If you have ordered something from an online shop, the tracking number may be found in your order shipment confirmation email or in your orders overview.

Not all packages have a tracking number – this depends on the courier company and the seleted shipping options. As a general rule the faster and more expensive shipping options will get you a tracking number for your parcel. The slowest delivery types often can not be tracked.

If you cannot find the tracking number, you can contact the company that shipped your package and they will be able to provide it to you.

How do I get a tracking number?

Just ensure that your selected delivery option includes a tracking number when you are sending your shipment. If you are not sure about that, contact the shipping company for more information.

If you are waiting for a package and you doesn’t know the tracking number of it, just ask the sender for it.

International package tracking

International package tracking can be a little more complicated because there are more steps in the process – there might be different logistic companies and courier services involved and usually your package have to be cleared by the customs in the destination country which can take a while.

Luckily, by using Flashvista, you don’t have to worry about all that – you can still get an idea of where your package is and when it will arrive with a single tracking number.

Package tracking FAQ

What is package tracking and why should you use it?

Package tracking is a process whereby you can follow the journey of your package from its point of origin to its destination. You can use it to ensure that your package arrives on time, and to track any possible delays along the way.

Package tracking is also useful for keeping an eye on high-value items, or for monitoring shipments of goods that you have ordered online or sent to your customers.

This can be done by using a package tracker, which is a tool that allows you to track your package online. With a package tracker, you can see where your package is at any given time, and you can get updates on its status. This can be especially helpful when you’re trying to track a package that is being shipped internationally.

When you use a package tracker, you’ll typically be able to see the following information:

  • The current location of your package
  • The tracking history of your package (including any tracking numbers that have been assigned to it)
  • An estimate of when your package will be delivered
  • Links to the official carrier websites so you can track your package on their systems as well

How to track a package online?

To find the status of a package online, you will need the package tracking number. The package tracking number is usually printed on the shipping label or on the package label.

To track a package with our package tracker, simply enter the tracking number into the field on top of this page. We will automatically detect the courier or logistic company that is carrying your package and provide you with the latest updates from them.

How does the package tracking work?

When a package is shipped, the package carrier assigns it a tracking number. This number is used to track the package’s progress as it moves through the shipping process.

The package carrier will scan the package bar code at various points during the shipping process and update the package tracking information. This information is available to the shipper and can be accessed online.

When you enter a tracking number for your package, the package tracker will access the carrier’s website and retrieve the latest information on your package. This information will then be displayed in the package tracker, including the current location of your package, an estimate of when it will be delivered, and the tracking history.

Is package tracking free?

Package tracking is a free service offered by package carriers. You can track your package online using the package number and the carrier’s website.