HavePackages.com
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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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Package logging was created eventually because it provided customers statistics about the shipment anticipated date and time of delivery. It was important because delivery often included numerous carriers in changing conditions, which rendered it possible for a sending to be missing.

As sending tracking tools have got better, it become achievable to expand the amount of statistics returned about a sending and to report its acceleration at different time moments, what is a must for delicate subjects.

Package logging was created historically because it provided customers details about the shipment anticipated date and time of delivery. This was necessary because shipment usually took many carriers in different environment, which made it likely for a parcel to be disappeared.

Internet mail tracking has been used as a easier alternative to telephone logging, presenting the ability to log the status of a shipment very fast. The technology grew very welcomed. Internet parcel logging got accessible for all main companies, and was enhanced by the web-resourses that gave tracing for numerous merchants.

Different obsolete sending logging mechanisms do not trace mails after a package is brought at a centralized services point, such as those operated at post-office box stores. These facilities get every incoming mail and categorize it; the mails can then be delivered to beneficiaries or the receivers may have to pick up the sending on their own.

Parcel tracing or mail tracing is the method of tracking parcel post at different points of time throughout package delivery to confirm their source and to aid delivery.

Shipment logging is made possible by extra postal services which require the id of a package to be registered during multiple points of delivery, so the sender can fetch a proof of shipment and the receiver can prognose the period of delivery. The facility is presented for an extra charge but recently free facility has been established as the cost of the service has been reducing.

Originally, a package was distinguished by the sending date and the origins of the shipper and the receiver; then tracking numbers came to be employed for location. Detectability has been refined even further by 2D matrix barcodes.

Many old package logging technologies do not trace parcels after a mail is delivered at a centralized solutions point, such as those used at corporate mailrooms. These solutions get every incoming package and group it; the sendings can then be taken to recipients or the recipients may have to get the mail themselves.

Initially, a sending was distinguished by the shipping date and the origins of the merchant and the receiver; later tracking ids came to be used for location. Identifiability has been boosted even better by 2D matrix barcodes.

As mail tracing technologies have got better, it become easy to expand the amount of information given about a shipment and to announce its exposure to light at numerous time moments, which is necessary for perishable matters.

At first, a piece of mail was recognized by the shipping date and the addresses of the sender and the receiver; after that tracking ids came to be employed for location. Identifiability has been boosted even better by 2D matrix barcodes.

Different traditional parcel logging mechanisms do not log packages after a package is delivered at a centralized solutions center, such as the ones used at mail and parcel centers. These facilities get every incoming package and classify it; the packages can then be brought to beneficiaries or the recipients may have to pick up the package personally.

Mail tracing was created historically because it presented users statistics about the package route. It was necessary because shipment usually included multiple transporters in varying circumstances, which made it likely for a package to get disappeared.

Mail tracing was created eventually because it provided individuals data about the parcel route. It was necessary because shipment usually included multiple transporters in changing environment, what made it possible for a shipment to be lost.

As sending logging tools have been developed, it become possible to enlarge the quantity of statistics given about a shipment and to state its location at random time moments, what is important for delicate matters.

Parcel tracing or mail logging is the process of seeing shipping containers at different points of time during package delivery to vindicate their origin and to foretell delivery.

Electronic sending tracking has been used as a easier substitution to telephone call centers, giving the procedure to log the position of a mail very fast. The technology grew very accepted. Electronic shipment tracking became obtainable for all main carriers, and was boosted by the sites that gave logging for multiple merchants.

Most customary mail tracking mechanisms do not track parcels after a parcel is dropped off at a centralized solutions place, such as the ones used at corporate mailrooms. These solutions accept every incoming package and sort it; the parcels may then be brought to receivers or the receivers may have to get the shipment personally.

Initially, a parcel was distinguished by the sending time and the addresses of the merchant and the recipient; after that tracing numbers began to be operated for distinguishing. Traceability has been improved even better by non-specific 1D linear barcodes.