As long as you have the tracking number of a package sent, you will not need the sender’s information to track the progress of the shipment. With a tracking number, you can visit the shipping company’s website and use it to find out when the package was shipped, where it is located, where it has passed and when it will arrive at its destination. You can even see if the package was delivered and who signed the receipt, in case a signature was required.
Enter the website of the company that the sender used to send the package. The United States Postal Service (USPS), United Parcel Service (UPS) and Federal Express (FedEX) are frequently used shipping companies.
Locate the “Tracking” link on the company’s home page, and click on it. Enter the tracking number in the box provided and click “Track.”
Check the shipping history of your package in the search results. If no results appear, you should check the tracking number again to make sure you entered it correctly. In addition, tracking information is not always available immediately; Wait up to 24 hours after the shipment is made before attempting to track it.