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About China Post

Owned by the State Post Bureau of the People's Republic of China, China Post is the official postal service of China. Main business scope of China Post includes: domestic and international mail delivery services, circulation of newspapers, journals and books, postal remittance services, issuing of stamps, postal express delivery and logistics services, e-business, confidential correspondence communication, postal financial services, a variety of postal agency businesses and other businesses that allowed by the state of China.

China Postal Services:

International services for China Post include Small Parcel, Large Package and EMS. The Small parcel and large package of China Post can be tracked if registered. According to transportation methods, it can be divided into three categories: Air Parcel, Surface Air Lift (SAL) Parcel, and Surface Parcel. China post air mail/parcel is the mostly used one which is cheap and convenient. EMS is faster than China Post Mail but more expensive.

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We track parcels of the most popular international and mail services: China Post, China Post EMS, USPS, DHL, UPS, FedEx, etc. China Post supports tracking of “China Post Registered Air Mail', 'China Post Small Packet Plus', 'China Post EMS EUB ePacket' and other types of delivery. International packages sent through China Post Registered Air Mail take 2-4 weeks to be delivered. The tracking code for these packages is a 13-digit alpha-numeric code, which begins with R and ends with CN. China Post International Small Parcel: this service delivers light packages (under 2 kg) from China to other countries.

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China Post Small Packet

China Post International Small Parcel service is for the delivery of light weight items below two kilograms from China to other countries and regions. It’s the most economic one among all express ways. Items such as small parts, accessories, clothes, and more articles for daily use are fit to deliver by this way. Now, it’s greatly used in e-commerce market such as Ebay, Amazon, AliExpress...and by individual customers.

China Post Large Package

The International large package service is offered by China Post for the delivery of the items over 2kg and less than 20kg, 30kg or 40kg. It fits for those packages with large sizes but are not urgent for shipment so much. Compared with EMS and other express means, the large package service is much cheaper. It can be tracked and traced with shipment status if it's registered. Click to learn more about this service:

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EMS(Express Mail Service)

China International EMS is a shipment delivery service offered by China Postal Express & Logistics and other postal operators in the world. It delivers documents, materials, urgent letters and all kinds of goods from and to other countries with fast speed and high reliability.

China Postal Code

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Composed with digital numbers, the postal code (zip code) is used when mailing a letter or posting a parcel/package. A postal code usually stands for a certain area that the residents or companies located and used for mailing to improve the efficiency and accuracy. China postal code is composed of 6 digital numbers. Click the following links to get the codes for major Chinese cities.

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About ChinaPostalTracking

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ChinaPostalTracking is a third party package tracking platform supporting online package tracking of worldwide express and postal couriers. Simply enter a tracking number of international or domestic package in the tracking tool, you will get tracking information for the package quickly.

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In 1994, Federal Express adopted the 'FedEx' name, formalizing the abbreviation that until then was unofficial. Also that year, FedEx launched Fedex.com as the first transportation web site to offer online package tracking, which allowed customers to conduct business via the internet. In 1995, the company acquired air routes from Evergreen International to start services to China, and opened an Asia and Pacific hub in Subic Bay International Airport in the Philippines. In 1997 FedEx opened its hub at Fort Worth Alliance Airport and in 1999 opened a European hub at Charles de Gaulle International Airport in France. In 2000, the company officially dropped the “Federal Express” name and became “FedEx Express” to distinguish its express shipping service from others offered by its parent company FedEx Corporation.

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In 2001, FedEx Express signed a 7-year contract to transport Express Mail and Priority Mail for the United States Postal Service. This contract allowed FedEx to place drop boxes at every USPS post office, in 2007, the contract was extended until September 2013. USPS continues to be the largest customer of FedEx Express.