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Author Topic: NOTE TO PARCELS OVER 4 WEEKS
REDSOX1986
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Posts: 4
Post Re: NOTE TO PARCELS OVER 4 WEEKS
on: October 24, 2016, 05:24

Quote from int077 on October 24, 2016, 03:20

Quote from REDSOX1986 on October 24, 2016, 02:51
Hey Everyone,
I've had a parcel according to China Post sent to me from the
26/9 its now the 24/10 and According to China Post its Only Just Left
"Final Scan" Shanghai departure (2016-10-17 23:55:00.0).

its been 4 weeks now "ebay item" and it is jewelry.

Is there anything more i can do?.....this waiting game is killing me!

thank you to whoever has some more information on as to why its taking so long or if there is some other information you could help me with that would be great.

1. Please provide tracking number for help.

Thanks.

Hey there,

My Tracking Number for the item i'm searching for is
RH344342214CN.

my Location is Melbourne,Australia

i hope you can help me thank you in advance.

int077
Pro
Posts: 7760
Post Re: NOTE TO PARCELS OVER 4 WEEKS
on: October 24, 2016, 11:00

Quote from REDSOX1986 on October 24, 2016, 05:24

Quote from int077 on October 24, 2016, 03:20

Quote from REDSOX1986 on October 24, 2016, 02:51
Hey Everyone,
I've had a parcel according to China Post sent to me from the
26/9 its now the 24/10 and According to China Post its Only Just Left
"Final Scan" Shanghai departure (2016-10-17 23:55:00.0).

its been 4 weeks now "ebay item" and it is jewelry.

Is there anything more i can do?.....this waiting game is killing me!

thank you to whoever has some more information on as to why its taking so long or if there is some other information you could help me with that would be great.

1. Please provide tracking number for help.

Thanks.

Hey there,

My Tracking Number for the item i'm searching for is
RH344342214CN.

my Location is Melbourne,Australia

i hope you can help me thank you in advance.

1. This is the full tracking of your parcel:
Number: RH344342214CN
Package Status: In Transit
Destination Country: Australia
Origin Country: China
2016-10-17 23:55 Shanghai Qi Yun
2016-10-16 23:41 Shanghai Pudong, left hand navigation
2016-10-16 23:03 Shanghai Pudong, reach
2016-10-15 04:58 Shanghai Exchange Bureau, have been exported directly
2016-10-15 01:55 Shanghai Exchange Bureau, have been exported to open
2016-10-08 03:59 Shanghai Pudong, left hand navigation
2016-10-07 23:44 Shanghai Pudong, reach
2016-10-07 04:01 Shanghai Exchange Bureau, have been exported directly
2016-10-06 23:11 Shanghai Exchange Bureau, have been exported to open
2016-10-03 01:43 Shanghai Pudong, left hand navigation
2016-10-02 22:11 Shanghai Pudong, reach
2016-10-02 03:27 Shanghai Exchange Bureau, have been exported directly
2016-10-01 23:33 Shanghai Exchange Bureau, have been exported to open
2016-09-29 04:20 Shanghai Pudong, left hand navigation
2016-09-29 01:31 Shanghai Pudong, reach
2016-09-27 23:49 Shanghai Exchange Bureau, have been exported directly
2016-09-27 21:39 Shanghai Exchange Bureau, have been exported to open
2016-09-26 18:53 Canton international parcel, left, next stop "wide-large"
2016-09-26 12:27 Canton international small packet, sealing
2016-09-26 12:27 Canton international parcel has been accepted
Powered by http://www.track-chinapost.com

2. Your parcel tried a couple of time to depart China, for whatever reason possibly no room in the Aircraft for the mail bag. But finally it did depart on the 17 Oct.

3. Now it's up to Australia Post to scan your parcel on arrival and give it to Australia Customs Office to clear the parcel.

4. You could if you can either phone Australia Post or go to an Australia Post Office to find out about your parcel because it can not be track on the Australia Post site.

Hope this help.

REDSOX1986
Newbie
Posts: 4
Post Re: NOTE TO PARCELS OVER 4 WEEKS
on: October 25, 2016, 01:38

Quote from int077 on October 24, 2016, 11:00

Quote from REDSOX1986 on October 24, 2016, 05:24

Quote from int077 on October 24, 2016, 03:20

Quote from REDSOX1986 on October 24, 2016, 02:51
Hey Everyone,
I've had a parcel according to China Post sent to me from the
26/9 its now the 24/10 and According to China Post its Only Just Left
"Final Scan" Shanghai departure (2016-10-17 23:55:00.0).

its been 4 weeks now "ebay item" and it is jewelry.

Is there anything more i can do?.....this waiting game is killing me!

thank you to whoever has some more information on as to why its taking so long or if there is some other information you could help me with that would be great.

1. Please provide tracking number for help.

Thanks.

Hey there,

My Tracking Number for the item i'm searching for is
RH344342214CN.

my Location is Melbourne,Australia

i hope you can help me thank you in advance.

1. This is the full tracking of your parcel:
Number: RH344342214CN
Package Status: In Transit
Destination Country: Australia
Origin Country: China
2016-10-17 23:55 Shanghai Qi Yun
2016-10-16 23:41 Shanghai Pudong, left hand navigation
2016-10-16 23:03 Shanghai Pudong, reach
2016-10-15 04:58 Shanghai Exchange Bureau, have been exported directly
2016-10-15 01:55 Shanghai Exchange Bureau, have been exported to open
2016-10-08 03:59 Shanghai Pudong, left hand navigation
2016-10-07 23:44 Shanghai Pudong, reach
2016-10-07 04:01 Shanghai Exchange Bureau, have been exported directly
2016-10-06 23:11 Shanghai Exchange Bureau, have been exported to open
2016-10-03 01:43 Shanghai Pudong, left hand navigation
2016-10-02 22:11 Shanghai Pudong, reach
2016-10-02 03:27 Shanghai Exchange Bureau, have been exported directly
2016-10-01 23:33 Shanghai Exchange Bureau, have been exported to open
2016-09-29 04:20 Shanghai Pudong, left hand navigation
2016-09-29 01:31 Shanghai Pudong, reach
2016-09-27 23:49 Shanghai Exchange Bureau, have been exported directly
2016-09-27 21:39 Shanghai Exchange Bureau, have been exported to open
2016-09-26 18:53 Canton international parcel, left, next stop "wide-large"
2016-09-26 12:27 Canton international small packet, sealing
2016-09-26 12:27 Canton international parcel has been accepted
Powered by http://www.track-chinapost.com

2. Your parcel tried a couple of time to depart China, for whatever reason possibly no room in the Aircraft for the mail bag. But finally it did depart on the 17 Oct.

3. Now it's up to Australia Post to scan your parcel on arrival and give it to Australia Customs Office to clear the parcel.

4. You could if you can either phone Australia Post or go to an Australia Post Office to find out about your parcel because it can not be track on the Australia Post site.

Hope this help.

thank you for this information but the info that you have supplied me with is information i already new, i just thought that there may have been another way you could find out more.

So in regards to establishing a rough estimate should i assume the usual dates from the time its left the home country as in the 15-30 days from its last scan or should i include the dates from its 1st scan, because if i look at from the 26/9 its a month since that date but if i look at it from the date that it left Shanghai then its only been a week or so.

i hope you understand what i mean.

a ETA is basically what i'm trying to work out.

thank you again.

int077
Pro
Posts: 7760
Post Re: NOTE TO PARCELS OVER 4 WEEKS
on: October 25, 2016, 01:56

@REDSOX1986
1. ETA is from the first tracking when the parcel was accepted to the delivery to you. Into that you have to exclude the time the parcel is spending into Customs and Security of both countries. This should give you the Estimate Time of Arrival.

2. Now you should in any case also consider this:
Multi-hop routing:
Routing is a whole separate matter, but suffice it to say that “lowest cost” tends to win out over “fastest speed”. Mail shipments may transit many countries On Route to their destination.

Transportation delays:
Transportation delays are not uncommon — a truck may arrive late due to weather; a flight might be late because of a mechanical problem. However, many steps in the transportation process operate on a schedule. For instance, to get on a certain flight that departs at 11am, a parcel may need to reach the airport mail station by 1pm the day before. Missing a cutoff time means your parcel has to wait for the next dispatch, so it’s easy for a delay of a few hours to turn into one of a day or more.

Mail priority and volume:
If there is more mail than available space to send it, items of higher priority win out over lower ones. As a rule, express letter mail is the highest priority, followed by express packets and parcels, then ordinary letter mail, ordinary parcels, and finally SAL. So if you are sending a parcel via registered airmail, but there is a very high volume of EMS shipments that day, there may not be room for your item, and it’ll have to wait for the next flight.

During times of high mail volume, there is likely to be a backlog of shipments waiting to be sent. Your parcel, of course, starts at the back of the queue.

Mishandling:
Finally, none of the above accounts for accidents, like your parcel being misrouted, falling off a conveyor belt at one of the sortation plants, or being mistakenly left in the bottom of a mailbag. None of these are routine or common, but they all do have the potential to cause delays of several days or more.

3. I would say within 3 weeks from the 17 Oct you should have receive your parcel.

Hope this help.

REDSOX1986
Newbie
Posts: 4
Post Re: NOTE TO PARCELS OVER 4 WEEKS
on: October 25, 2016, 07:29

thank you so much for going above and beyond for those ideas and details you have just provided me with this package thank you so much.

so many things i didn't look at that you have brought to my attention.

thank you so much

minas
Newbie
Posts: 1
Post Re: NOTE TO PARCELS OVER 4 WEEKS
on: April 21, 2017, 01:39

RF604531062CN -
The tracking just says "on route" it says it was shipped by air from china since a whole month..

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