China Post tracking packages and shipments
Keep track of China Post parcels and shipments with our free service! All you need to do to track your parcel, is to enter the tracking number, and then the service will keep track of your parcel’s location in real time.
How do I track my China Post parcel with 100Parcels.com?
- Find out the tracking number of your parcel;
- Enter the tracking number of your parcel in the field at the top of the page;
- Wait until the service checks the parcel data, it will not take long;
- View the search results and share them with your friends via social networking;
- If you enter your email address, we can notify you automatically of changes to the status of your parcel.
China Post - Tracking number format
- A# *** *** *** CN
- B# *** *** *** CN
- C# *** *** *** CN
- E# *** *** *** CN
- F# *** *** *** CN
- L# *** *** *** CN
- P# *** *** *** CN
- R# *** *** *** CN
- S# *** *** *** CN
- U# *** *** *** CN
- V# *** *** *** CN
- 68 *** *** *
- *** *** *** *
# - letter; * - digit; ! - letter or digit
What are the types of packages or parcels which can be sent through the China Post?
There are many types of packages and parcels which can be sent through the China Post:
- EMS (Express Mail Service) International
- EMS Domestic
- Registered Parcels for Dangerous Goods
- Parcels for Fragile Items
- Small Packets up to 20kg in weight without any declaration requirements
How to send parcels to foreign countries by China Post?
Confirm parcel content with customs before shipping. Declare weight and dimensions on form, pack securely in suitable outer packaging such as a carton box or strong cardboard tube, seal package well using adhesive tape (or cord if necessary) and attach clear labels stating `Postal Packet`, `Dangerous Goods` or other item-specific description. Include sender's name, address, postal code, and contact details on the label; affix postage stamps to packets weighing up to 20 kg according to tariff regulations.
China Post Air Mail
China Post Air Mail is the most economic way to send parcels outside of China.
All parcels are sent by airmail, and either by surface mail or airdrop. Prices depend on the weight of your package and delivery destination.
It takes about 15-30 working days for parcels to be delivered outside China with China Post Air Mail service.
China Post Unregistered
China Post Unregistered is the cheapest way to send parcels.
There`s no tracking available and China Post is not responsible for lost packages due to natural disasters (e.g., typhoons), war, or any other unforeseen circumstances such as accidents in handling cargo, etc...
No more than 20kg of goods can be carried with this service, which takes about 15-30 working days for delivery outside mainland China.
China postal services
China Post is the main provider of postal services domestically and internationally.
Internationally, it provides EMS International Mail Service (EMS) for items up to 20 kg weight without any declaration requirements; E-packet service with online tracking for small packets weighing less than 500g that are not time-sensitive from countries listed below: Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Great Britain, and Poland. Registered Parcels For Dangerous Goods are also provided as well as Airmail delivery which usually takes about 15-30 working days depending on the destination country.
Domestically mail can either be sent by surface mail or airmail - ground transportation may take more than two weeks whereas air delivery will have a shorter transit time of one to two weeks.
According to the weight and dimensions, a package can either be sent as a small packet or parcel - there are no limits for parcels with registered service whereas up to 20kg is allowed without any declaration requirements in small packets.
Registered Parcels For Dangerous Goods include EMS RMGD (EMS Registered Mail Service) which provides online tracking and delivery confirmation services; EMS DDG (EMS Domestic Door-to-door Services); DDPO (Direct Delivery Point of Origin) post office box mail drop; and international surface transport service such as SURPACOM Express Surface Post.
China Posts also offers other postal-related services including return receipt, postage stamps, freight forwarding, packaging materials like boxes, bubble envelopes, etc.
China Post Small Packet
China Post Small Packet is the cheapest way to send parcels.
It takes about 15-30 working days for parcels to be delivered outside mainland China with China Post Small Packet service and there`s no tracking available in this case.
No more than 20kg of goods can be carried with this service, which makes it economical for sending small items such as clothing or accessories internationally without any declaration requirements on the package contents.
This type of parcel is perfect if you are not time-sensitive - delivery may take up to 45 days but prices will depend on the weight and size of your shipment so make sure that you include all necessary information required by customs before shipping including packaging content description, sender's name, address, postal code, etc.
China Post International Large Package
China Post International Large Package provides the most economical service for sending parcels weighing more than 20kg.
It`s the fastest way to send heavy and large items overseas as it takes about 15-30 working days with China Post International Large Package Service and there are tracking options available in this case.
Pricing depends on the weight of your parcel, destination country, customs declaration requirements, etc. Make sure that you include all necessary information required by customs before shipping including packaging content description, sender's name, address, postal code, etc.
China Post ePacket
China Post ePacket provides the most economic way to send small packets weighing less than 500g.
It is available for the countries listed below: Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Great Britain, and Poland.
This option provides an online tracking service with delivery confirmation which takes about 15-30 working days (for international destinations) or a shorter transit time of one to two weeks (domestic).
To ensure that your packet gets delivered you should provide all necessary information required by customs before shipping including packaging content description, sender's name, address, etc. If not the package will be delayed at the destination country`s postal office until it receives additional clearance from local post office authorities - this may push up delivery times as well.
China Post's International EMS (Express Mail Service)
China Post's International EMS provides the fastest delivery to packages weighing less than 20kg.
It takes about one to two weeks for international destinations and is available in over 190 countries with tracking services too.
Pricing depends on the weight of your parcel, destination country, customs declaration requirements, etc. Make sure that you include all necessary information required by customs before shipping including packaging content description, sender's name, address postal code, etc. This type of service also includes Registered Parcels For Dangerous Goods which have online tracking and deliveries notification features - there are four types: EMS RMGD (EMS Registered Mail Service); EMS DDG (EMS Domestic Door-to-door Services); DDPO post office box mail drop; Surpost office street side mail drop.
Estimated arrival time for China Post Airmail Packet
The estimated arrival time for China Post Airmail Packet is about 15-30 working days for international destinations.
How long will China Post parcel take to arrive in my country?
China Post parcel takes about 15-30 working days for international destinations and one to two weeks for domestic.
What does China Post package 'in transit' means?
China Post package 'in transit' means that the parcel is waiting to be delivered and it may have been transferred, sorted, or routed for delivery. Sometimes this term may also refer to parcels in the customs clearance stage as well.
Why can't I track my China Post package?
If you can't track your China Post package from the tracking service, it means that either parcel is still in the customs clearance stage or delivered.
How do I change the parcel address for China Post?
To change the parcel address for China Post you will need to contact customer service.
Does USPS track China Post?
USPS can track China Post packages, but they are not responsible for any damages or losses that may occur.
China Post estimated delivery time based on your location
Depending on where you are located, your China Post package can take 5 to 40 business days to arrive, and sometimes it can take up to two months to arrive.
If you live in the United States of America (USA), Canada, or Australia, then it can take up to 60 days for your China Post packages to arrive, and if you live in France, Brazil, India, Pakistan, or Saudi Arabia, then it can take up to 50 days for your package to arrive.
If you live in the United Kingdom (UK), Russia, Finland, or Uzbekistan, then it can take up to 40 days for your package to arrive, and if you live in Spain or Turkey, your package can take 35 days to arrive.
If you are located in Egypt, Ireland, Italy, Malaysia, Norway, Portugal, or the United Arab Emirates (UAE), then your China Post packages can take up 30 days to arrive, and if you live in Germany, Denmark, Indonesia, or Vietnam, then you can expect your China Post package to take up to 25 days to arrive.
China Post packages going to Japan, South Korea, the Philippines, and Sweden can take up to 20 days to arrive, and if you live in New Zealand, Poland, Singapore, Switzerland, or Thailand, then you can expect your China Post packages to take around 15 days to arrive.
If you live in South Africa then it can take 40 to 90 days for your China Post packages to arrive.
The History of China Post
China Post, which is fully named China Post Group Corporation, is a state-owned enterprise that is the official postal service of China. China Post provides its postal services to mainland China.
China Post does not provide services to China’s special administrative regions (SAR) or Hong Kong. China Post also does not provide postal services to Macau. Hong Kong, Macau, and SAR have their own postal service that is independent to the mainland’s.
In 1878, the Customs Post Office of the Qing Empire was created. It was established by Robert Hart, who was a British diplomat and an official in the Qing Chinese government.
The Customs Post Office had five branches that were located in major trading cities, and on March 20, 1896, the Customs Post Office became known as the the Great Qing Post.
In 1911, the Great Qing Post became independent of China’s customs service, and in 1912, the Great Qing Post was renamed as the Chunghwa Post.
In 1929, Chunghwa postal service signed a contract with the China Federal Airways group. This contract made it so that Chunghwa post could transport airmail on three routes: the Shanghai-Hankow route, the Nanjing-Beijing route, and the Hankow-Guangzhou route.
Chunghwa Post then served as the primary postal service provider for Mainland China for two decades. Its function as the main postal service provider for Mainland China ended officially in 1949 when the current official postal service of the People’s Republic of China replaced it.
China Post joined the Universal Postal Union (UPU) in 1972, and it continues to be a member today. The Universal Postal Union was established in 1874 by the Treaty of Bern, and the UPU organizes the postal policies among member nations.
China Post was formerly administered by the Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications, and it is currently supervised by the State Post Bureau of the PRC (People’s Republic of China). The State Post Bureau is the official government agency that is responsible for governing and regulating China’s Postal Services.
The State Post Bureau used to report to the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, but it is now under the administration of the Ministry of Transport.
China Post engages in postal business ventures legally, and it is responsible for maintaining and increasing the value of the state-owned assets that it receives to operate.
China Post’s main business scope includes delivering mail both domestically and internationally as well as circulating journals, newspapers, and books. China Post’s business duties also include issuing stamps, logistics services, postal financial services, and producing and selling philatelic collections.
China Post market share
According to the State Post Bureau, China’s postal industry has a global market share of 20 percent. It also reports that China’s postal industry is the fastest-growing postal market in the world.
This is likely due to the strides the People’s Republic of China has made to optimize and further develop its postal industry.
Still, despite the success of China’s postal industry as a whole, China Post has seen a decrease in its market share because of increasing competition from international courier services such as FedEx, UPS, and DHL Worldwide Express.
It should be noted, however, that China Post continues to maintain its dominance in the postal services market share domestically. It is in the international market where China Post faces heavy competition.
Domestically, China Post has a 90 percent market share in the postal industry. This is because of China’s Postal Law which forbids private and foreign participation in the domestic postal service sector.
China Post is not expected to lose its 90 percent share of China’s domestic postal service industry anytime soon, but its international market share percentage is falling regularly with foreign courier services currently holding over 60 percent of the market shares.
China Post company size
China Post has more than 860,000 employees, and its current Director-General is Ma Junsheng. Ma Junsheng became China Post’s Director - General on October 31, 2008.
China Post headquarters and branches
China Post’s headquarters are in the Xicheng District of Beijing, China, and they are located at No. A3 Jinrong Street.
China Post has over 80,000 branches and 39,000 transportation vehicles. China Post also has over 200 processing centers and 20,000 computerized postal offices.
China Post has more than 200 parcel sorting machines, and it has more than 70 railway carriages. China Post has over 150 letter sorting machines.
China Post delivers parcels to more than 200 countries including the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, and India.
About China Post
China Post, full name China Post Group Business (Chinese: 中国邮政集团有限公司), is the state-owned business operating the official postal service of China, which provides the service in mainland China, excluding its special administrative regions, Hong Kong and Macau, which have their own postal service independent to the mainland's. The Corporation officially shares its office with the sub-ministry-level government firm State Post Bureau which manages the national postal industry theoretically consisting of the Corporation.
The Customs Post Office of the Qing Empire was developed in 1878 by Robert Hart at the suggestion of the foreign powers, with branch workplaces in five significant trading cities. On 20 March 1896, the Customs Post Office ended up being the Great Qing Post, which in 1911 ended up being independent of the customs service. The Great Qing Post ended up being the Chunghwa Post in 1912. Chunghwa postal service had signed a contract with the China Airways Federal group in 1929 to transfer airmail on the Shanghai-Hankow, Nanjing-Beijing, and Hankow-Guangzhou routes. Chunghwa Post had functioned as the primary postal service provider of Mainland China up until 1949.
The current postal service of the People's Republic of China was developed in 1949. It changed the Chunghwa Post in mainland China in 1949, along with in the Universal Postal Union in 1972. It was formerly administered by the Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications. China Post is directly monitored by the State Post Bureau of the PRC which has total responsibility for regulating postal service in China. The State Post Bureau is an agency reporting to the Ministry of Information Industry of the People's Republic of China.
After the separation from the State Post Bureau and numerous re-organization, China Post is currently arranged along with the following structure:
- General Office
- Department of Strategic Planning (Legal Affairs)
- Department of Market
- Department of Financial Service
- Postal Savings Bank of China
- China Post Life Insurance
- China Post Securities
- China Post Capital Management
- Department of Finance
- Department of Human Resources
- Department of Planning and Construction
- Department of Procurement Management
- Department of Audit
- Department of Party Building Work
- Office of Inspection
- China Post Trade Union
- Unit of Parcel, Express and Logistics Business (China Postal Express and Logistics Co., Ltd.)
- China National Philatelic Corporation
- China Post Culture and History Center (China National Post and Postage Stamp Museum)
- China Post News-Press
- Postage Stamp Printing Bureau (Beijing Stamp Factory)
- Shijiazhuang Posts and Telecommunications Technical College (China Post Training Center & Party School)
- China Post Group IT (Beijing) Co., Ltd
- China Post E-commerce Co.
- China Post Advertising Co., Ltd.
- Other province-level, prefecture-level and county-level branches
International services for China Post include Small Parcel, Large Package and EMS. The Small parcel and big bundle of China Post can be tracked if signed up.
China Post - Parcel tracking statuses
|Departed from China SHENZHEN SHENZHEN|
|Arrived France FRANCE,local sorting centre|
|Отправлено авиарейсом из Гонконга|
|Receipt, soliciting bidder - receiving and sending 1|
|Received and mailed, soliciting investors - Ke Haiyan 03|
|Sent from Shanghai to Shanghai Pudong Terminal|
|Arrived at the destination airport|
|Received and mailed, soliciting investor - Li Qiang|
|Sent to Shenyang, Liaoning sorting center|
|Received, solicitor Ye Song, Tel 18350373103|
|金华市 Planned air transportation, flight number MH389-020, departure time 10:15|
|Shenzhen. Planned air transportation, flight number TRUCK-KE604-0529, departure time 00.30|
|Отправление принято к пересылке|
|Received and mailed, solicitor - Chen Guixing, Tel - 18606037438|
|The shipment has arrived at the international logistics centre of the destination for delivery|
|Departure, next stop [International Mail Exchange Bureau] (transit)|
|Received and mailed, soliciting investors Qi Meifang|
|Exception parcel handling in sorting center|
|航班已从始发地起飞 中国 CGO|
|Departed from Forecast information received， BR Awaiting Item 深圳市 深圳市|
|Received and mailed. Receiving and shipping officer - Wang Jinming, Tel. 18228043344|
|Successful sign from DemeticWarehouse|
|Departed from PHOENIX AZ DISTRIBUTION CENTER ANNEX|
|Return warehouse outbound success.Mailno:YT5434752513199|
|Received and sent. Receiving and shipping officer - Zhang Guoqiang, Tel. 18519362377|
|Received and mailed. Receiving and shipping officer - Lin Meijuan, Tel. 13532974698|
|Arrive at CITY OF INDUSTRY， CA|
|Customs declaration, Data received from the trading platform|
|Departed from origin airport|
|Received, solicitor Chen Bin, Tel 13530077382|
|Arrivée au bureau d\'échange d\'arrivée|
|Arrived at Hubei sorting center|
|APERTURA DE PIEZA POSTAL|
|Exported mutual seal (domestic transit)|
|Received and mailed, soliciting investors - Su Jinfan|
|Received and mailed. Receiving and shipping officer - Feng Weijie|
|Returned to consolidated warehouse from line-haul|
|Arrive at France Blois|
|Item collected , The postman :LuShuFan|
|427621 г. Глазов, Карла Маркса ул, 27|
|Planned delivery, planned flight number CZ347-CZ456, planned departure time 00-20|
|Received and mailed. Receiving and shipping officer - Sun Ruiting, Tel. 1805938097|
|Import Customs Clearance Success:海关已放行货物|
|Received, soliciting investor - Tong Jianjun|
|443081 г. Самара, Стара Загора ул, 115|
|Delivery result feedback-not properly delivered, remarks (not contacted the recipient, arrange for re-delivery), courier - A MRT Cargo Cen Yezhang, Tel - 13005191605|
|USPS in possession of item|
|Received and mailed. Receiving and shipping officer - Wan Xiumei, Tel. 13708158355|
|Overseas Warehouse Collection, Shenzhen, China|
|Departure From Outward OE|
|Item returned from export Customs/Security|
|Received and mailed. Receiving and shipping officer - Xu Menghua, Tel. 18210083210|
|Depart, next stop【Beijing Xinshun Processing Center】(Transit)|
|Arrive at JFK|
|Received. Pick-up and drop-off officer - Xiao Kun|
|Received and mailed. Receiving and shipping officer - Lu Shufan, Tel. 18019796953|
|Sent to sorting center|
|Departed from CN Shanghai Pudong Airport|
|Received. Receiving and shipping officer - Wang Shuang, Tel. 15956622840|
|深圳市 Planned air transportation, flight number TRUCK-QR815-149, departure time 23:30|
|Arrived at Nanchong, Sichuan sorting center|
|Outbound failure in sorting center|
|Departed from Kazakhstan ALaMuTu|
|Sent to Nanning, Guangxi sorting center|
|Planned delivery, planned flight number AA288-1270-907, planned departure time 18-00|
|Arrive at Chuzhou Processing Center|
|Received and sent, solicitor - Ye Taihe, Tel - 18959187917|
|Received and sent, soliciting investors - Hu Qiang|
|Salida de aduana y transferencia entre oficinas|
|Arrived at Jiaxing, Zhejiang sorting center|
|Planned delivery, planned flight number LH8411-LH1166, planned departure time 06-20|
|The package has been shipped out|
|Received and sent, soliciting investment - Zhang Hongwei|
|Arrive in Germany|
|Urumqi City has been delivered to the carrier for transportation|
|Sent to 广商 sorting center|
|Received and mailed, soliciting investor - Chen Minxin|
|Arrive at China Airport Processing Center|
|Departed Shenzhen ChuLi ZhongXin Shenzhen ChuLi ZhongXin|
|Vom Spediteur akzeptiert|
|Sent to 南昌国际邮件处理 sorting center|
|Arrange delivery, delivery person - Lu Yunfei, phone 18514808849, phone of the reception and delivery department 010-64588718|
|Received and sent. Receiving and shipping officer - Xinrong-Wang Zhongxing|
|Received and mailed. Receiving and shipping officer - Zhou Rui|
|Departure, next stop [Qingdao Airlines Processing Center] (transit)|
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