Useful website to keep track of all your shipping parcels from one single place. PackageMapping includes a live map (using Google Maps) outlining the route your package has taken, where it’s currently located and where it’s headed.
Among other things, it gives you some neat details like Distance Traveled, Average Speed, Time Stamps and so on. It’s a pretty useful service, both for sellers and buyers. The only place where it needs improvement is the number of carriers it supports. Currently the service supports only 4 major carriers: USP, USPS, Fedex, and DHL.
As the parcels travel from one point to another you can choose to get notified by email. Alternatively, you can subscribe to an RSS feed and follow progress directly from within your feedreader. Whatever works for you.
Other similar websites that we mentioned earlier include TrackMyShipments, TrackThePack and TrackThis. The latter one works with Twitter and lets you track parcels using your Twitter account.
Check out PackageMapping @ www.packagemapping.com