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Tracking is included or at least available with almost every form of shipping, so it’s important to hold on to that number that your courier or Mail Services assigns to your shipment. Sometimes you’ll have no secondary way to access the number. To simplify the tracking process, below, I’ve provided the link to one of the best tracking tools out there…


Boxoh can track any USPS, UPS, FedEx or DHL package that you have a tracking number for AND provide a nifty Google map to track the progress of your package!

Don’t know which number is your tracking number? Usually it will be labeled “Airbill” “Waybill” “TRK#” or will be the number directly below the barcode. Honestly, if one number doesn’t work, then try a different one! Below are some examples of different types of tracking numbers outlined in red (click on each picture to make it bigger).

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Prefer to go directly to the courier website? No problem! Click the icon of the courier below to be taken directly to their tracking site. Sometimes accessing the courier site directly can be beneficial because it gives far more detail than Boxoh (check in points, explanations for possible delays, etc). Your tracking number not working? Double check the courier to make sure you have the right one. Remember, just because it’s an express shipment doesn’t mean that it’s being sent through FedEx.

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