TRACKING AND LOCATING PARCEL
Frequently Asked Questions
for Track and Trace
A tracking number or ID is a combination of numbers and possibly letters that uniquely identifies your shipment for national or international tracking.
Usually, the shipper or online shop is able to provide the tracking number or ID. If you have ordered a product in an online shop, the confirmation email or shipment tracking notification often contains the tracking number or ID.
If not, please contact your shipper or online shop.
For examples of the tracking numbers used on DHL shipments, .
Follow-up events typically occur between 24 and 48 hours after receiving tracking and localization identification. In general, as soon as the shipment arrives at our facilities, the follow-up event appears.
Please make sure you entered the correct tracking number in the correct format (explanations and examples of national and international tracking numbers are further up this site). If your tracking ID does not work, please contact your shipper or online shop.
If you do not have a tracking number, we advise you to contact your shipper. However, if you have other shipping reference numbers, they may work using shipment tracking systems of the specific business unit in charge of the shipment (for example: DHL Express or DHL Freight).