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Package Tracking

Enter your tracking number

What does my tracking number look like?

Service Sample Number
USPS Tracking®

9400 1000 0000 0000 0000 00

USPS Priority Mail International®

CP 000 000 000 US

UPS®

1Z99999999999999900000999

99999T99999999

FedEx®

9999 9999 9999

9999 9999 9999 999

DHL®

9999 9999 99

What is HavePackages?

HavePackages is a Chrome Extension that allows you to conviniently track your packages.

Features:

Track your packages straight from your address bar. Just type in "package", press tab or space and enter your tracking number.

It can track multiple packages of worldwide 477 couriers all in one place, including USPS®, UPS®, FedEx®, DHL® and many more.

There is no need to sign up or create an account.

HavePackages is compatible with Chrome Browser

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Parcel tracking is made achievable through additional postal facilities which take the id of a package to be recorded throughout many points of shipment, so the sender may get a evidence of shipment and the recipient can predict the period of shipment. The solution is presented for an additional charge but not long ago complementary solution has been established as the expense of the service has been falling.

To locate the shipment, two approaches have been employed. One technique requires registering the arrival or leaving of the sending and tracking the information of the parcel. This procedure has been used for package tracking given by the delivery merchants. Other method is to operate a GPS-based automobile tracing structure and trace the vehicle that has the parcel and save it.

Sending tracing or parcel tracing is the technique of tracking parcel post at variate points of time throughout package delivery to confirm their source and to aid delivery.

Online sending tracing has been operated as a cheaper replacement to phone tracking, providing the procedure to trace the position of a sending very quickly. The technology grew quickly welcomed. Internet shipment logging became accessible for all big carriers, and was improved by the web-resourses that gave tracking for random companies.

At first, a parcel was located by the sending time and the origins of the sender and the beneficiary; later logging numbers began to be employed for recognizing. Identifiability has been enhanced even further by 2D matrix barcodes.

Package tracking was created historically because it gave individuals statistics about the package anticipated date and time of delivery. It was a must because delivery often took numerous carriers in different circumstances, what rendered it likely for a shipment to get lost.

Package tracing was created historically because it provided individuals details about the mail route. It was mandatory because shipment often took multiple transporters in different conditions, which rendered it likely for a shipment to get disappeared.

Shipment tracing is rendered viable through additional postal facilities that need the identity of a parcel to be saved during many points of delivery, so the shipper can collect a proof of shipment and the beneficiary can foretell the time of shipment. The service is provided for an additional payment but recently complementary service has been made as the price of the solution has been lowering.

As sending tracing mechanisms have evolved, it become real to enlarge the amount of details presented about a mail and to announce its location at multiple time moments, what is necessary for perishable contents.

As parcel tracking mechanisms have been developed, it become real to enlarge the quantity of data returned about a mail and to report its exposure to light at random time points, what is necessary for some subjects.

Multiple traditional shipment tracking mechanisms do not track packages after a shipment is brought at a centralized solutions place, such as the ones used at corporate mailrooms. These solutions receive every incoming shipment and it; the parcels can then be brought to beneficiaries or the recipients may have to pick up the mail on their own.

Shipment logging or sending logging is the method of localizing parcel post at variate points of time during sorting to vindicate their provenance and to aid delivery.

To identify the mail, two methods have been used. One way demands reporting the arrival or withdrawal of the package and registering the information of the package. This technique has been employed for shipment tracing given by the shipping carriers. Another way is to use a GPS-based vehicle logging method and locate the vehicle that carries the shipment and save it.

Multiple traditional sending tracing mechanisms do not trace parcels after a package is brought at a centralized solutions point, such as the ones operated at corporate mailrooms. These facilities get every incoming sending and classify it; the mails can then be taken to receivers or the beneficiaries may have to take the parcel on their own.

Mail tracking developed eventually because it presented customers information about the package route. It was mandatory because shipment often took numerous carriers in changing conditions, what rendered it likely for a sending to be lost.

At the beginning, a piece of mail was identified by the shipping date and the origins of the shipper and the receiver; later logging ids came to be operated for identification. Traceability has been enhanced even more by specialized augmented postal codes.

Package tracking or package tracking is the process of tracking mail at variate moments of time throughout sorting to vindicate their source and to foretell shipment.

Originally, a shipment was recognized by the sending date and the addresses of the merchant and the receiver; later logging numbers started to be operated for identification. Traceability has been improved even further by 2D matrix barcodes.

At first, a parcel was recognized by the shipping moment and the addresses of the merchant and the receiver; then logging numbers came to be employed for distinguishing. Traceability has been refined even more by non-specific 1D linear barcodes.

Initially, a mail was recognized by the sending time and the addresses of the sender and the receiver; after that logging numbers came to be operated for location. Traceability has been enhanced even better by specialized augmented postal codes.