eBay - tracking packages and shipments
Keep track of eBay parcels and shipments with our free service! All you need to do to track your parcel is enter the tracking number, and then the service will know its location in real time.
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- 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;
- Look at the search results and share them with your friends on social networks;
- If you enter your email address, we can send you changes in the status of your parcel automatically without your participation.
How to Track eBay Orders
To track eBay orders, you first need to have your tracking number. Once you have your tracking number, you need to enter it into our search box. Our global package tracking service will then locate your package and tell you information about it.
Depending on where your eBay seller is located, eBay’s delivery methods for your package will change. If your package is coming from an eBay seller in the United States of America, then you should expect it to be sent through Pitney Bowes Incorporated.
Packages shipped from sellers in the United Kingdom are also transported through Pitney Bowes. Pitney Bowes Incorporated is an American logistics company that is a part of the eBay Global Shipping Program.
Sellers from China can ship your eBay packages through a number of carries including China Post, Winit, SFC, and ePacket.
Since eBay packages can involve multiple carriers, you may be sent more than one tracking number. Our global tracking service can be used to track packages that are shipped using Economy International Shipping, Standard International Shipping, Expedited International Shipping, and Express International Shipping.
A Guide to eBay’s Tracking Numbers
The format of eBay tracking numbers change depending on the shipping company your seller uses to ship your goods. That tracking number of products that are shipped through the Global Shipping Program usually begin with UPAA or UPBE.
Example Global Shipping Program tracking numbers include UPAAB000000234225695 and UPBEE00162A512C5AE13.
wnDirect is a part of the Global Shipping Program, and it is a service that transports packages internationally. wnDirect is a European logistics company, and it delivers goods from online stores.
An example tracking number for packages shipped through wnDirect is LPKEN000000278145868. wnDirect tracking numbers can also begin with WNU or LPDER.
Packages shipped through SpeedPak have tracking numbers that start with EE or ES, and China Post and ePacket packages have tracking numbers that end with CN.
Example tracking numbers for packages coming from China include LW257802923CN, ID18010717523961CN, and UG041119000CN. Winit logistics company is a popular carrier for eBay shippers in China.
Zinc Logistics (ZN Logic) is a delivery method that is sometimes used to ship goods from eBay to the United States and the United Kingdom. An example ZN Logic tracking number is ZPYAA0041150365YQ.
eBay has a long and rich history which begins in 1995. September 1995 is when eBay’s founder, Pierre Omidyar, created AuctionWeb. AuctionWeb was a website that was designed for bringing together sellers and buyers in a “honest and open marketplace.
The first item bought on AuctionWeb was a broken laser pointer. The laser pointer was listed on the website by its founder Pierre, and a Canadian named Mark Fraser was the person who bought it.
In June 1996, Pierre Omidyar hired his first employee, Chris Agarpao, and one month later Jeff Skoll was brought on as president of the company.
The first office space for the growing company was bought in October 1996, and it was located in San Jose, California, at 1025 Hamilton Avenue Suite #250. Today, this building is known as the Music building (Building 6) on the eBay company campus.
In 1997, less than two years after its creation, AuctionWeb sells its one millionth item: a Sesame Street Big Bird jack-in-the-box toy. And in September of the same year, AuctionWeb was renamed and eBay was officially born.
In February 1998, Meg Mitman joined eBay as its president and CEO (chief executive officer). May 1998 saw the release of “My eBay” which allowed for buyers and sellers to customize their eBay experience.
In July of the same year, eBay acquired its first company: Jump Inc., and this acquisition brought along with it the person-to-person online trading site, Up4Sale.
eBay went public in September 1998, and the eBay Foundation became the first foundation to be endowed with pre-IPO (Initial Public Offering) stock in December of that year.
By July 1999, eBay was already making moves to expand to other countries. That month, eBay launched websites in Germany, Australia, and the United Kingdom.
June 2000, ebay University was opened, and in July 2000 eBay announced it bought Half.com. In November 2000, eBay began to let buyers buy items at a fixed-price. This feature was called "Buy it Now,” and it is still available today.
June 2001 saw the launch of eBay stores which allowed for people to create their own customized businesses in the eBay marketplace. A little more than one year later in July 2002, eBay acquired PayPal and maintained control of it for 13 years until it was turned into an independent company in July 2015.
In October 2005, eBay acquired Skype, and in June 2008, eBay became one of the first companies to launch an iPhone app. Today that app is available for Android and other operating systems.
In August 2012, the Global Shipping program was launched, and in June 2017, eBay announced their Price Match Guarantee.
Currently, eBay continues to thrive and expand its operations. To date, it has donated hundreds of millions of dollars to charity, and eBay continues to support initiatives that strive to include more women in business.
A Breakdown of eBay’s Market Share
Though eBay was one of the pioneers of the eCommerce market, it now only holds 0.8 percent of it. This is because after eBay bought PayPal in 2002, PayPal became the more important business and eBay’s marketplace was neglected and mismanaged.
As eBay’s marketplace was being neglected, competitor marketplaces began to grow stronger, and eBay could not keep up. eBay is currently working on increasing its share in the market and securing its place in eCommerce.
eBay’s Company Size
eBay has approximately 14,000 employees. The current chief executive officer is Devin Wenig.
eBay currently has 23 international websites. The 23 countries with international sites are Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, China, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Netherlands, Philippines. Poland, Singapore, Spain, Switzerland, Taiwan. Thailand, The United Kingdom,The United States, and Vietnam.
Australia is one of the top international markets for eBay. Many of its Australian consumers prefer buying from sellers in the United Kingdom and the United States.
Another international market for eBay is Austria. Austria has a well-developed infrastructure that makes it is very easy to deliver to. Delivery times to Austrian consumers can be flexible.
Belgium is one of the best European eBay markets. 68 percent of Belgium consumers shop online internationally.
Canada’s eCommerce market is worth nearly $18 billion, and it has one of the biggest consumer bases for eBay sellers. Clothing, books, housing goods, and electronics are the most popular products bought by Canadian consumers.
China is the largest eCommerce market in the world making it on of eBay’s most important foreign markets. China’s eCommerce market is worth $750 billion. Cosmetics and baby products are most commonly purchased by Chinese consumers online.
One of eBay’s 23 international sites is dedicated to ts French consumers. French consumers value having multiple delivery options and local-language listings.
The most common products bought online by French consumers are technical products, cultural products, clothing, and toys. Games are also a popular product choice for French consumers.
The German eBay market is very lucrative. The most popular items bought by Germans are clothing, books, electronics, sporting goods, cosmetics, and homeware.
Ireland has the highest percentage of international shoppers. 81 percent of its consumers bought products from foreign countries in 2017. The Irish market most commonly buys fashion and health and beauty products.
The Italian eBay market most commonly buys clothes, shoes and accessories, as well as home and garden products and electronics.
In Hong Kong, shopping in stores is still the most common way to shop, but online eCommerce is on the rise. Hong Kong online shoppers typically buy fashion, books, electronics, wellness goods, and food and beverage.
Malaysia has a strong demand for broader product selection. This makes it a great international market for eBay. 40 percent of all Malaysian eCommerce is international.
The Netherlands is a great market for eBay. 37 percent of Dutch consumers shop internationally.
The eCommerce market in the Philippines has been to rise, but it is growing. The Philippines eCommerce market is expected to be worth $19 billion by 2025.
Poland was Europe’s fastest-growing eCommerce market in 2016, and the most common products bought online by Polish consumers are clothing, footwear, car accessories, and home furniture.
Singapore has an eCommerce market value of $3.3 billion. 55 percent of the Singapore population shop from international retailers. Fashion, media, electronics, and food and beverages are the most common products bought by Singaporeans.
Spain has an eCommerce market value of more than $18 billion. Electronics are the most popular products bought on the Spanish eBay site.
Switzerland has three official languages which can make selling products to this country online difficult. Clothing and footwear are the most common products bought by Swiss consumers. Swiss consumers who shop internationally usually buy from the United Kingdom.
Taiwan and Thailand both have large markets for eCommerce. However, Thailand has some barriers to international eCommerce including customs duties and taxes. These barriers lead to long and expensive shipping.
The United Kingdom and the United States are two of the largest eCommerce markets in the world. This makes their sites two of the most active for eBay.
Vietnam is expected to become a global powerhouse in the eCommerce market. 16 Free Trade Agreements (FTAs) were signed into law in 2016 to make international trade in the country easier. More than 45 percent of Vietnamese consumers shop internationally.
Aside from these 23 countries with their own sites, eBay also currently serves consumers in more than 120 countries.
eBay - information about online store
The company handles the eBay website, an online auction and shopping website in which people and companies purchase and sell a large variety of goods and services worldwide. The website is totally free to use for buyers, but sellers are charged costs for noting items after a minimal number of free listings, and again when those products are offered.
In addition to eBay's original auction-style sales, the site has actually evolved and broadened to consist of: immediate "Buy It Now" shopping; shopping by Universal Product Code, ISBN, or another kind of SKU number (through Half.com, which was closed down in 2017); online classified ads (by means of Kijiji, or eBay Classifieds); online occasion ticket trading (by means of StubHub); and other services. eBay previously used online money transfers as part of its services (through PayPal, which was a wholly-owned subsidiary of eBay from 2002 to 2015).
The AuctionWeb was established in California on September 3, 1995, by French-born Iranian-American computer developer Pierre Omidyar as part of a bigger individual website. One of the first products offered on AuctionWeb was a damaged laser pointer for $14.83. Astonished, Omidyar got in touch with the winning bidder to ask if he understood that the laser guideline was broken. In his responding email, the buyer described: "I'm a collector of damaged laser pointers." It quickly became the first online auction website permitting person-to-person deals, which caused a mass volume of online transactions.
Supposedly, eBay was merely a hobby for Omidyar till his Internet service supplier notified him he would require to update to an organisation account due to the high volume of traffic to his site. The resulting price boost (from $30/month to $250) prompted him to begin charging those who used eBay, which was not met any bitterness. It did result in the hiring of Chris Agarpao as eBay's very first extra worker to procedure sent by mail checks coming in for costs.
Jeffrey Skoll was hired as the first brand-new president of the company in early 1996. In November 1996, the E-Commerce platform participated in its first third-party licensing deal, with a business called Electronic Travel Auction, to use SmartMarket Technology to offer aircraft tickets and other travel products. Development was incredible; in January 1997 the site hosted 2,000,000 auctions, compared to 250,000 during the entire of 1996.
The company officially changed the name of its service from AuctionWeb to eBay in September 1997. Omidyar had actually tried to sign up the domain name echobay.com, but found it currently taken by the Echo Bay Mines, a gold mining business, so he reduced it to his 2nd choice, eBay.com.
Meg Whitman was employed by the board as eBay President and CEO in March 1998. At the time, the company had 30 employees, half a million users and incomes of $4.7 million in the United States. In 2001, eBay had the biggest userbase of any e-commerce site.
The often duplicated story that eBay was established to help Omidyar's fiancee trade Pez candy dispensers were made by a public relations manager, Mary Lou Song, in 1997 to interest the media, which were not thinking about the company's previous description about wishing to develop a "ideal market". This was revealed in Adam Cohen's book, The Perfect Store (2002), and verified by eBay.
After eBay went public, both Omidyar and Skoll ended up being instantaneous billionaires. eBay's target share cost of $18 was all however overlooked as the price went to $53.50 on the very first day of trading.
The Pez dispenser misconception created massive amounts of publicity and resulted in some of eBay's most explosive early growth amongst toy collectors. At the time, Beanie Babies (produced by Ty, Inc.) were the leader in the toy classification and the most hard brand to discover in retail shops. Beanie Babies quickly ended up being the dominant product on eBay, representing 10% of all eBay listings in 1997.
While eBay was still a privately held business, 2 major factors added to its growing market share:
The growing collectibility of Beanie Babies in the mid-1990s - collectors internationally were attempting to finish their collection of Beanie Babies.
Ty producing the very first business-to-consumer Web site - the initial Ty Web website contained an online trading post where people might trade their Beanie Babies; however, the trading post was overwhelmed with unsortable listings, producing a legitimate demand for a more efficient online system to purchase and trade Beanie Babies in the secondary market
As an outcome, eBay offered an user-friendly interface to browse for specific Beanie Babies that collectors were looking for.
On September 21, 1998, eBay went public. In the threat aspects area of the annual report filed with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission in 1998, Omidyar notes eBay's dependence on the continued strength of the Beanie Babies market.
As the company expanded product classifications beyond collectibles into nearly any salable product, business grew quickly. In 2000, eBay had actually 12 million signed up users and a cyber inventory of more than 4.5 million items on sale on any provided day. In February 2002 the business bought iBazar, a comparable European auction website founded in 1998, and then purchased PayPal on October 3, 2002.
After nearly ten years at eBay, Whitman chose to get in politics. In late 2009 eBay completed the sale of Skype for $2.75 billion, but still owned 30% equity in the business.
In 2012 eBay was charged by the United States Department of Justice with getting in into non-solicitation arrangements with other technology companies including their extremely competent staff members.
On September 30, 2014, eBay announced it would spin off PayPal into a different publicly-traded company, a demand made nine months prior by activist hedge fund magnate Carl Icahn. Flipkart and eBay entered into a tactical collaboration in 2017 under which eBay Inc obtained a 5.44% stake in Flipkart in exchange for its eBay India business for $211 Mn and a $514 Mn money investment.
On January 31, 2018, eBay announced that it would change PayPal as its main payment service provider with Netherlands-based start-up Adyen. The shift was set to be completed by 2021, but PayPal would remain an acceptable payment option on the site until additional notification.
On July 31, 2019, the business obtained a 5.59 percent stake in Paytm Mall.
On September 25, 2019, it was revealed that Devin Wenig would be stepping down as eBay's CEO and that Scott Schenkel, senior vice president and chief monetary officer since 2015, had actually been selected as the interim CEO. On April 13, 2020, it was revealed that Jamie Iannone would become the CEO on April 27.