What is “Next Expected Tracking Event” in UPS tracking system?

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Your package is still inside the UPS network and ought to be delivered on the planned date of delivery of the package. UPS package movement data is noted every time a package label for tracking is scanned in the UPS delivery system. There might be the possibility of the difference between days of scans if the package is traveling cross-country or moving between nations.

‘Next Expected Tracking Event’ in UPS tracking network

On the off chance that package is relied upon to be in travel for more than one day between tracking scans. In this case, you may find the date of the Next Expected Tracking Event in the Shipment Progress area. This information is provided to inform you that your package delivery progress has not quit moving or is behind schedule; it just implies that the UPS package label for tracking might not be scanned for some time. UPS tracking shows the Next Expected Tracking Event so you can rest, being sure that your shipment is yet moving despite the fact that no new tracking label scans may show up for some time.

UPS has many milestones where package for delivery through UPS is scanned. The UPS common scan system works as given below:

Order Processed; In Transit to UPS: This scan is done when the package is prepared by the sender. After that, the expected date of delivery is provided in the package when the package is inside the UPS network.

Above image is the sample image showing status of the package as ‘in transit’.

Order Processed; Ready for UPS: This scan is done UPS acquire all the shipment details as well as billing information is received by the sender. After this package starts to move in the UPS delivery network to reach to the destination address on the expected date and hence the tracking details or status is updated.

UPS Package Arrival Scan: First is Arrival scan of the package. This is done soon after the package has arrived at the UPS store or office. This scan is done at every milestone of the package.

At Local Post Office: The package comes at the local post office is scanned first soon. TheShipment, showing a UPS Returns® Flexible mark, is received by the United States Postal Service®. It is then returned to UPS for conveyance back to the first shipper.

Departure Scan: This scan is done when the package left a UPS office and is headed to next destination.

Destination Scan: This scan is done when the shipment arrived at the local UPS office from where finally package id delivered to the destination address.

Delivered Scan: This scan is done when package the finally delivered to the final address and when the package is delivered.

Exception: This scan is done when any further action is required. This may mean that the package is inside the UPS network right now, but more data regarding the destination address is required. The sender asked to provide correct transporting address data to UPS.

Export Scan: This scan is done when the shipment has cleared the fare procedures in the origin nation.

Given to Post Office for Delivery:  When sender demand to give the package to the U.S. Postal Service then also a scan is done. When this service is demanded, it requires the more days to deliver the package.

Import Scan: This scan is done when all the import procedures in the receiving nation have been cleared by the package to be delivered through the UPS.

On Vehicle for Delivery: This scan is done and tracking status is updated when the package is arrived at the nearest UPS location and is dispatched to the registered UPS drivers to deliver it to the final place.

These were some scan done when Package is traveling through the UPS delivery system. If you face any problem in tracking your package you can contact the UPS customer service number.

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