You might not have the tracking number, and you are clueless about whether your shipment is approaching its destination. Therefore, you might be trying to find alternatives to the tracking number to figure the location of your parcel. In this article, you will get information on how can you find out about your parcel’s location.
Maybe the package has already arrived at its destination and you, as the sender, still do not have any updates on it. It sounds obvious, but it the easiest way to know whether your shipment is now in the hands of the recipient is to call/e-mail the recipient after the estimated delivery time (EDT) has passed.
If it has been over a week and the package is nowhere to be found, you can always contact the courier company. By providing them with details that can be found on the receipt or the confirmation e-mail, they will be able to inform you about where your shipment is currently located. Also, if you previously had a tracking number but lost it, you will be able to recover it. Always make sure that you provide the company with the right information about the shipment.
Sometimes, the tracking number can be found on the receipt you receive for the purchase of the service, instead of the confirmation e-mail. Even if you cannot find the tracking number, you can contact the company itself and provide them with other information listed on the receipt. The company will know in which transit location your shipment was recently scanned.
It could be that you lost your tracking number (or, did not receive one yet) and you wonder if you can track a parcel with your name. Unfortunately, there are not a lot of courier companies that would have you locate your shipment with a name. You may also have all the additional details regarding the shipment but unfortunately, you cannot track a parcel with your name.
We assume many people know your full name but not your address. If the courier companies were to allow locating a parcel by name then there is a high possibility that other personal information might be disclosed, too.
The tracking number is not necessarily very confidential information, but it is a unique number that is meant only for you and you should not share it on online platforms, forums and similar. There might be some consequences of sharing the tracking number and you might not want to find yourself in such situations.
You can check the status of your shipment through our tracking tool only with the tracking number or the order number we have provided you with. Other than that, you cannot locate the shipment with a name directly on our tracking tool.
However, our customer support specialists are always here for your assistance! Even though you cannot locate the shipment with a name on your own, our agents can take the matter into their hands. We will track the parcel with the help of the details that you have placed during the ordering process.
This is how the system works: your parcel, like every other parcel, has a unique barcode. The tracking number consists of letters and numbers, usually from 8-40 characters. After finding the tracking number, you can copy-paste it to the tracking tool of the courier company you have shipment booked with. If you have selected the correct tracking number, your shipment will be located within seconds. If you see in the tracking status that the shipment has not moved for some time now, it could be because it is either stuck in transit or stuck in customs.
The tracking number serves the purpose of showing the status of the parcel, meaning, to see if the parcel is on its way, in transit, or maybe even stuck in customs. Therefore, if you do not have the tracking number, you will not be able to check the status of the parcel.
It happens that the courier company does not provide with one, or it does provide one, but you cannot access it.
Are you a business owner, and you are looking for the most efficient logistics solution? Registered businesses are VAT exempted and each shipment is handled individually, according to the needs of the company.
This article was written in collaboration with Gabriela Buzoianu.