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Amazon Logistics TBA tracking from USA, Canada and UK
Amazon Logistics TBA courier ships to many countries around the world and you can track all packages that are sent through this courier on this site with just a few clicks. When a package is sent to you, the sender must provide you with a tracking number which will then be used on this site to know the status of your delivery and the location of your mail or package.
How long does it take to deliver Amazon ?
Amazon products are shipped and delivered to consumers around the world, Amazon works with many partners and carriers to get packages around the world.
When ordering Amazon, several senders are possible, including Amazon, the majority of sellers ship your package within two working days.
The delivery times are as follows, except in case of specific conditions of the seller:
- Standard USA option: from about 4 to 14 business days after shipment, can take up to 21 days
- Expedited United States option: approximately 2 to 6 business days after shipment
- Option Two days United States: about 2 working days after shipment
- One Day option United States: 1 business day after shipment
- International Standard option: from about 3 to 6 weeks after shipment, this option can take up to 12 weeks (if customs delay or other cause of delay)
- International Expedited option: 3 to 7 business days
The delivery time indicated may vary depending on the country of destination of the package, customs, public holidays, variable weather conditions and busy periods such as Christmas that result in a higher than normal order volume.
In addition, weight, size can also affect the delivery time of the package. It is advisable to check with the seller if additional delays are to be expected in case of large packages or delivery in rural areas.
Amazon book 7 days a week from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., including weekends. The customer can choose, via his account on the site Amazon in the tab "delivery preference", to receive his package during the weekend by indicating the delivery on the weekend as the preferred shipping method. If the customer is absent at the time of delivery, if the reception does not require a signature, Amazon can hand over the package to a neighbor, guard or concierge, leave it in a safe place (not from the door) or leave it in the mailbox if its dimensions allow it. A notice of passage is left in the mailbox and tells the customer where to pick up his package. If the package requires a signature and the customer is absent, Amazon will leave a notice of passage, and a new delivery attempt will be made the next day (working day). After three unsuccessful delivery attempts, Amazon will keep the package pending for 72 hours and then return it to the Amazondistribution center.
Delivery costs are variable, depending on the volume, size, weight of the order, as well as the delivery option (or shipping method).
Nevertheless, the delivery of some packages Amazon is free, this is indicated in the delivery options on the product page.
The general delivery rates are as follows:
- option Standard Expedition Internaional (if the option is available): delivery is between about 9 and 12 days and is about $9.69 per shipment + $2.89 per unit
- option Prioritaire Expedition World (if the option is available): delivery is between 2 and 4 days and amounts to the rate of 18. About $49 per shipment + 6. $99 per unit
Prices are the same within the United States, with exceptions for regions far from the territory. Higher rates may be observed when sending to non-continental United States such as the Northern Mariana Islands, Guam, the Marshall Islands, Samoa, the United States Virgin Islands or the Federated States of Micronesia.
Amazon represents one of the largest international e-commerce markets, and therefore delivers a wide range of products to many countries. Amazon ships to more than 100 countries and regions of the world outside the United States.
Delivery options are possible for customers within the United States and to many countries, including China, the United Kingdom, the European Union (France, Germany, Spain, Italy ...), Canada, Australia, India, Mexico. As well as more and more Asian and African countries that are being added asAmazongrows.
Some restrictions remain, Amazon does not ship to Cuba, North Korea, Iran, Somalia, Iraq, Myanmar and Botswana. Amazon ships its products internationally via Amazon Global. Available products, shipping costs and delivery charges may vary depending on the place of shipment and the destination of the package.
Note that bulky and or heavy products can be taken care of via a specific carrier such as CEVA, ABF or XPO.
Estimated delivery times may be extended due to a variety of factors, including variable weather conditions, periods of high order flows, holidays, public holidays and possible customs delays.
How do I contact Amazon ?
- Amazon is headquartered in South Lake Union, Seattle, USA
- the registered office Europe is based: Amazon EU SARL., 5 Rue Plaetis, 2338 Luxembourg
- the registered office France is based: Amazon, 67 Boulevard du Général Leclerc, 92110 Clichy France
- customer service can be reached by phone at 1-888-280-4331 reachable 7 days a week and 24 hours a day
You can also reach theAmazon via the "Customer Service" section of their website. Or via the chat of the site from Monday to Friday from 7am to 12am.
On social media: you can reach Amazon on twitter via @AmazonHelp
If you wish to reach Amazon by email, for problems with your account or for an invoice:
- [email protected] or, for more general questions, pri[email protected]
Information about Amazon deliveries
Amazon is the delivery service ofAmazon. Orders processed and shipped by Amazon are marked "delivery by Amazon".
Amazon is an E-commerce company based in Seattle, it is one of the 5 giants of the Web under the acronym GAFAM alongside Google, Apple, Facebook and Microsoft.
Founded by Jeff BEZOS in 1994, the Amazon sales site is, at its core, an online bookstore, the platform offers the purchase and sale of books online. The objective is to be able to offer a much larger catalog than physical libraries. The company Amazon, listed on the NASDAQ stock exchange in 1997, is rapidly expanding towards the sale of cultural and commercial products. These include computer equipment, video games, software, accessories, clothing, games and toys, cosmetics, furnishings, jewellery and food products.
Amazon is experiencing rapid growth, in 2015 the company surpasses Walmart as preferred merchant in the United States. Its in-house expedited delivery service Amazon Prime has more than 100 million subscribers worldwide.
In terms of turnover, Amazon is considered today as the world's largest company.
In 2020, about one million people are employed in the company Amazon which has opened specific sites in many countries in addition to the original American site created in 1995.
The constant development of the company is due, among other things, to the perpetual search for its leaders in terms of technological innovation in its products and services.
Amazon is developing audio and video streaming through its subsidiaries Amazon Music, Prime Video among others. And offers electronic products through the Kindle e-reader and Fire TVdevices.
One of the main challenges ofAmazon is to reduce the time between the customer's order on the platform and the delivery of the product, the conditions and costs of delivery are at the heart of the challenge of the company and one of the reasons for its success.
In 2017, Amazon shipped more than 5 billion products worldwide.
The company seeks continuous improvement of its supply chain while reducing costs.
One of the main expenses for Amazon is delivery. Initially, the company managed its shipments through major carriers and delivery service providers such as DHL, USPS or FedEx or more modest (such as Colis Privé).
To cope with costs and improve its service, Amazon has created its own shipping service: Amazon. Although the company continues to collaborate with third parties, many deliveries are made by Amazon. This is specified on the pages of the products, when the mention "delivered by Amazon" is indicated, the delivery is ensured by Amazon.
Several differences distinguish Amazon from other carriers. First of all, Amazon delivers on Sundays, which is an advantage for the customer. In addition, Amazon operates through a network of subcontracted delivery drivers - independent, who make deliveries through the Amazon Flexprogram. Amazon Logistics also works as a subcontractor with the Amazon Delivery Service Partners service (Delivery service partner: delivery franchises in charge of fleets of 20 to 40 goods transport vehicles).
A major difference is that Amazon makes deliveries directly from the warehouses Amazon. It is therefore not necessary for the third-party carrier to have to wait for the package to be received in its structure before sending it to the customer. By sending packages directly to customers from the warehouse via Amazon, Amazon significantly increases its delivery capacity, enabling services such as same-day delivery and free two-day delivery with Amazon Prime.
Amazon still works with several courier services for the delivery of its orders, in addition to its internal delivery service.
The most common carriers are: Amazon, UPS, USPS, FedEx, DHL and DHL Express. But also: CEVA Logistics, Australia Post, ABF Freight System Inc, Landmark Global, Tforce Final Mile, Menlo Worldwide, XPO Logistics, Deprisa, Ontrac, DB Schenker, ECMS Express, I-Pracel, Fidelitone, Innovel Solutions, Lonestar Overnight, NSD, Pilot, Parcel Pool, Israel Post, WNDirect, SF Express, etc.
The products are stored randomly in the warehouses, which makes it possible to have a wide range of products available. When ordering, the product is directed to the item picking manager through a robotic chain responsible for transporting products within the warehouse.
Once the product is taken out of stock, it is transported to the packing station via a conveyor belt, it is packaged, weighed, and the contents of the order are checked. Once it is validated, it is labeled and placed in trailer according to its delivery method, selected delivery times and destination.
Transport vehicles carry more than 2000 packages per trip, they transport orders from distribution centers to sorting centers or packages are then classified according to destination and delivery time. Finally, the packages are taken care of by different subcontracting carriers or by Amazon.
The tracking number of a Amazon delivery
The tracking number format Amazon depends on the carrier that picks up the package. They are, most often, composed of numbers and capital letters.
Shipments to the United States, Mexico and Canada have a tracking number Amazon that begins with TBA, TBM, TBC
To France, Belgium, the Netherlands among others, the tracking number Amazon begins with CC.