Royal Mail International Tracking | Parcel Status UK

Do you have a shipment with Royal Mail? Enter the Royal Mail tracking number to check the current status of your parcel.

About Royal Mail International

Individuals, organizations, and communities all over the United Kingdom rely on Royal Mail because it is the country’s official Universal Postal Service Provider. We’re the only firm in the UK that can deliver a variety of letters and packages to over 29 million addresses six days a week for a flat rate.

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Royal Mail’s European parcels division, known as General Logistics Systems (GLS), manages one of Europe’s most extensive ground-based, delayed-delivery parcel networks.

Royal Mail International Tracking

With Royal Mail international tracking, your packages will arrive in as little as 24 hours or as long as 48.

You and the recipient may monitor the shipment’s whereabouts in real-time thanks to their comprehensive online tracking system; Royal mail UK also offers text messages and email alerts. Just input the tracking number that was given to you.

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Royal Mail Tracking

When the package is scanned at the Delivery Office, the first notification is issued to the receiver letting them know that Royal Mail will make an effort at delivery that day.

Another is dispatched upon attempted delivery to let the recipient know if they were successful. If we are unable to make it to your address, we will leave a “Something for You” card so that you can pick it up or have it redelivered at your convenience.

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How do I get a refund from Royal Mail?

You can get your money back by filling out a Click & Drop form and sending it to the address provided. Online postage labels can be returned for a refund within 21 days of purchase. Please include any unused postage you have printed out with your form.

Why is Royal Mail taking so long?

Since the beginning of the year, Royal Mail has had problems with delivery times due to the flu pandemic. Staffing shortages have been identified as a root cause of many postal service problems.