FedEx Tracking ▷ Track Your Shipment

The company was founded in 1971, Arkansas, as the Federal Express Corporation by Frederick W. Smith, a graduate student at Yale University.

The shipping company grew very fast and in 1983 it already had more than a billion dollars in revenue, it expanded in Asia and Europe in 1984, in 1988 it acquired one of its main competitors, Flying Tiger Line, thus creating the cargo airline largest full-service truck in the world.

Federal Express changed its name to «FedEx» for marketing purposes in 1994, since then there have been many milestones and growth that the company has developed over the years.

With the FedEx tracking service, you can track all shipments and packages, as well as check their current status online, without having to call by phone, tracking a package online is very easy, you only need to know the tracking number or reference number, that you can find on the shipping receipt or purchase receipt.

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¿How to use FedEx tracking?

To track your shipments you only need a tracking code, or tracking number. You can be a wholesaler, a merchant, a buyer, or simply an individual who wants to send documents or packages to another person, whatever your position, you can track packages with FedEx tracking services.

There are different tracking options to track your shipments, below you can see each of them;

Tracking Number

If you have a FedEx tracking number or FedEx tracking code, you can check the status of up to 30 packages or shipments in shipping services; FedEx Express, FedEx Express Freight®, FedEx Home Delivery®, FedEx Ground, FedEx SmartPost®, FedEx Custom Critical, or FedEx Freight.
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Track by Reference

You can track your shipments without a tracking number, using a reference assigned by the sender. You can track by reference with or without an account number.

If you have an account number, you can track up to 30 referrals with your associated account number and all shipments associated with that account number and referrals will be displayed.

If you don’t have an account number, you can track up to 30 references by entering the shipping date, destination country, and zip code.
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Track by TCN

The TCN is a 17-character data element assigned to control and manage each shipping unit along the transportation line and payment processing. Each shipment’s TCN is unique and MUST NOT be duplicated.

You can track your government orders by entering the transportation control number (TCN). Enter your code without spaces and without the letters «TCN».
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Obtain Proof of Delivery

With your tracking code or tracking number, you can obtain proof of delivery (including an image with the recipient’s signature) for all shipments made with FedEx Express®, FedEx Ground® and FedEx Freight®. You can also get a copy of your bill of lading from FedEx Freight.
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The postal, parcel and courier services company, shipping and delivery FedEx, is present in many countries around the world, the information and tracking tools that you can see on this website are for FedEx customers in the United States, to make any inquiries at for other countries, we recommend checking the FedEx portal with the extension of that country, for example, if you want to do a FedEx tracking in Mexico. That way the parcel tracking information will be more accurate as well as the technical support.