Where’s Your Package Forwarding Shipment? Just Google It.
If you’re tired of going to a carrier’s website every time you need to track a package forwarding shipment, you might be interested to learn that there are easier ways. One of the cooler tracking methods is the website PackageMapping.com, which lets you track international shipments with a visual map.
But if you want less features and more speed and convenience, the easiest way to track an international package is to just Google it.
Instead of using carriers’ websites or other tracking tools, you can simply copy and paste your package’s tracking number into the Google search bar. Google will automatically identify which carrier is transporting your package, and will give you a direct link to the tracking information on that carrier’s website.
This works for most, but not all, international shipping companies. It works the best with UPS, FedEx, and USPS. DHL works, but sometimes you get multiple search results and have to pick the link that looks the most likely to be your package.
The Fastest, Easiest Way To Track International Shipments
This is an especially useful method if you’re tracking international shipments with different carriers. For example, instead of visiting the UPS website, the DHL website, and the USPS website to track three different packages, you can track them all, right from Google.
So the next time you want to know where your package forwarding shipment is, find it the same way you find any other information: Google it.