China Post is the official postal service of China. Its owner is the State Post Bureau of the People's Republic of China. The company is responsible for domestic and international mail delivery, print media distribution, stamps issuing, postal financial services and much more.
China Post is responsible for the delivery of parcels inside and outside of China. This carrier operates a huge amount of shipments from online marketplaces like Aliexpress and other online marketplaces, which have grown a great deal lately. The majority of sellers from trading platforms like GearBest, DealExterme, Joom, etc. use China Post to deliver orders. When a package is registered at China Post, it is assigned a tracking number, which complies with a standard of the Universal Postal Union. It contains 13 symbols, begins with 2 letters, followed by 9 digits and ends with 2 letters "CN".
International services by China Post include ordinary small packet plus, large package and EMS. They can also be put into three categories by transportation methods: airmail, surface airlifted (SAL) mail and surface mail.
China Post Registered Air Mail is an economy class and hence slow shipping service. It may take around 2-4 weeks for the shipment to get to destination country from China.
Registered Air Mail tracking number starts with letter "R", for example, "RA123456789CN". To track China Post packages you have to know the tracking number of your shipment. Type it in the input field above and press "Track".
China Post Ordinary Small Packet Plus is meant for shipping of light and small items under 2kg from China to the outer world. It is the cheapest of all China Post services and is widely used in e-commerce because of that. All kinds of small packages like clothes, accessories, computer hardware, etc. are usually delivered this way.
China Post Large Package is meant for the delivery of large and heavy items weighing about 20-30kg. It is rather cheap, compared to other carriers, but very slow: the package can take up to 2 months to be delivered to the final destination. Large Package tracking numbers start with the letter "C".
Unregistered China Post Packages are trackable only when they are being transported within China. As soon as such parcel is exported to the destination country, it becomes unavailable for tracking. Its tracking numbers usually begin with the letter "U".
We offer a very user-friendly interface to track your China Post packages. We gather tracking information not only from China Post but also from all the carriers involved in processing the shipment, so you don't have to do it manually from different sites - we collect it in one place. We also translate all the information that is in Chinese to English.
One more feature for your convenience: after you do a tracking request, your tracking number gets remembered and is shown under the search form, which is clickable. A click on this element will instantly get you to your tracking results. Never it has been getting back for updates so easy!