All-in-One Package Tracking

Over 380 international postal and courier services

Hint: If you have already tracked a package you'll probably find its tracking number in Recently tracked list below on this page.

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Recently tracked

Hint: Please note that Recently tracked list is saved locally on your device and may be lost when clearing history in browser. That's why we recommend you to register and save tracking numbers to your private list available on any PC or mobile device.

What is a tracking number and how can I use it to track my package?

A tracking number is a unique ID that is assigned to a package by sending postal service. It can be used to track the movement of a shipment on its way from the sender to the recipient and find out where it is at any given moment in time.

Postal Ninja will help you quickly and precisely track your international shipments from the US, Europe, China, etc.

Here you can track your package from Aliexpress even if it has been sent through Chinese shipping companies such as YANWEN Logistics, SF Express or Flyt Express. Are you waiting for a package from China, but it has a tracking number from Finland or the Netherlands? This is perfectly normal, since one in five shipments from China passes through Europe.

If you're looking for a service that makes it truly easy to track packages from US, UK, Germany, Israel, China, Russia (and many other countries), your search is over. Postal Ninja's got you covered.

  • use shared Postal.Ninja/ account or sign in with Facebook, Google, etc.
  • Add tracking number to private list
    packages list shared with, available from any device
  • That’s all!
    private package list with descriptions and automatic update, packages archive, purchase protection deadline monitoring