Have you ever had the experience of packages sending back to the sender because the receiver missed the delivery or the delivery address was wrong? Every time the delivery fails, the delivery man will leave a notice to remind the next delivery time or ask the receiver to re-arrange the delivery. But things happen: the receiver is on holiday, receiver do not see the notice or wrong delivery address. In this post, I will show you how AfterShip help you to_** minimize such problem**_ and get the package delivered. :)

AfterShip allows sender and receiver to track their packages and get notified when the first delivery attempt fails and other critical delivery statuses - in transit, out for delivery and delivered.

If you sell online:

Having even one returned package due to undelivered delivery is just annoying and wasting money, especially it is just because the customers miss the delivery 3 times or wrongly input the address. Well - sometimes the customers even complain "why the order has not yet delivered?!" You want to shout but you can't and you have the package returned due to a customer's fault. You have no choice but to send out the order again...

To solve this problem, AfterShip allows online merchants to Connect their stores (now support eBay, Amazon, Shopify, Magento & Spree) - the system will automatically track all your packages and send out notifications to customers when the first delivery attempt fails (as well as in transit and out for delivery).

You can also choose to upload a CSV file (with the tracking number and email) to import all your tracking number in one go, or upload the CSV file to a URL and we can automatically download the CSV and import the shipments at the time you specify.

If you are expecting a package to come:

Simply enter a tracking number at the AfterShip track button, add a package and then input your email in the notification field. Then you can receive notification when the first delivery attempt fails and other key delivery statuses, including in transit and out for delivery.