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A tracking number is a unique code assigned to every parcel, usually provided to you by the online store you've made a purchase from. This number allows you to track the movement of your package from one location to another.
There are two types of tracking numbers: international and local. International tracking codes are traceable worldwide. Local ones - only within the country of the sender.
The vast majority of tracking numbers have the format of the Universal Postal Union. It looks like EV816426671CN. The first 2 letters encode the type of package, and the last 2 letters are the country code of origin.
There are also a lot of other different tracking code formats depending on the carrier. For example, UPS tracking number usually looks like this: 1Z762E1W6842003229; FedEx: 476758975684569; DHL: 2359474349, and so on.