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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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Various old parcel tracing technologies do not track parcels after a sending is dropped off at a centralized services center, such as the ones used at mail and parcel centers. These services receive every incoming parcel and settle it; the sendings may then be taken to recipients or the beneficiaries may have to take the sending on their own.

Sending logging was created historically because it provided individuals statistics about the sending anticipated date and time of delivery. It was important because shipment often took various carriers in different environment, what rendered it easy for a package to be lost.

At first, a mail was distinguished by the sending time and the origins of the merchant and the receiver; then tracing numbers came to be used for identification. Trackability has been refined even more by barcoding.

Initially, a mail was distinguished by the sending date and the addresses of the merchant and the beneficiary; then tracing numbers began to be operated for recognizing. Trackability has been improved even more by barcoding.

As mail logging technologies have been developed, it become real to enlarge the amount of statistics given about a parcel and to report its pressure at multiple time points, what is necessary for some subjects.

Originally, a mail was recognized by the sending time and the addresses of the shipper and the beneficiary; after that tracing numbers started to be used for distinguishing. Trackability has been refined even more by 2D matrix barcodes.

At first, a shipment was identified by the shipping date and the addresses of the shipper and the recipient; then logging ids came to be employed for distinguishing. Detectability has been boosted even further by specialized augmented postal codes.

As mail tracing systems have evolved, it become viable to expand the quantity of data presented about a package and to state its location at various time moments, which is important for some matters.

Multiple customary mail tracking tools do not log parcels after a shipment is dropped off at a centralized services point, such as those used at apartment complexes. These services accept every incoming shipment and group it; the shipments can then be delivered to beneficiaries or the recipients may have to get the sending themselves.

Package tracking or sending tracing is the process of tracing mail at variate points of time during package delivery to confirm their source and to predict delivery.

Many traditional shipment tracking systems do not log mails after a package is left at a centralized solutions place, such as the ones employed at apartment complexes. These solutions receive every incoming parcel and classify it; the parcels can then be delivered to receivers or the receivers may have to take the shipment on their own.

The majority of obsolete sending logging tools do not trace mails after a package is left at a centralized services center, such as those operated at apartment complexes. These solutions receive every incoming package and it; the mails can then be delivered to recipients or the receivers may have to pick up the mail personally.

Various customary shipment tracking systems do not track packages after a package is brought at a centralized services place, such as those used at corporate mailrooms. These solutions receive every incoming sending and sort it; the parcels can then be brought to recipients or the receivers may have to grab the shipment personally.

To locate the package, two methods have been operated. One approach includes reporting the appearance or withdrawal of the sending and saving the id of the shipment. This approach has been employed for package logging supplied by the shipping carriers. Another way is to employ a GPS-based vehicle logging structure and locate the transport that carries the package and register it.

Sending tracing is made possible through extra postal facilities that need the identity of a sending to be recorded throughout various moments of delivery, so the sender may get a confirmation of delivery and the beneficiary can foretell the period of shipment. The solution is provided for an extra money but at a recent time free solution has been introduced as the price of the technology has been decreasing.

At first, a mail was identified by the sending date and the addresses of the shipper and the receiver; then tracking numbers came to be employed for distinguishing. Detectability has been boosted even more by barcoding.

Originally, a mail was identified by the shipping time and the addresses of the shipper and the beneficiary; later logging numbers started to be employed for location. Identifiability has been enhanced even better by 2D matrix barcodes.

Initially, a mail was distinguished by the shipping time and the origins of the sender and the recipient; then tracing ids started to be operated for distinguishing. Detectability has been enhanced even better by specialized augmented postal codes.

Originally, a piece of mail was recognized by the shipping time and the addresses of the sender and the beneficiary; after that tracing ids started to be employed for recognizing. Traceability has been enhanced even better by non-specific 1D linear barcodes.

Package tracing developed eventually because it supplied users data about the sending route. It was a must because delivery often included numerous carriers in varying circumstances, which made it easy for a shipment to be disappeared.