What does it mean that a package is in transit? Does it mean the same thing for UPS, FedEx & USPS packages? Click here to learn more.
“In Transit” as a status notification on your shipping information indicates what you would think it means – that your parcel is currently in transit and moving from one location to the following location within the shipping warehouse.
The bottom line is that anytime you see “In Transit” you should understand that your parcel is currently on the move!
In Transit Meaning FedEx
If the tracking status of your parcel is “In Transit”, it indicates that your parcel is on its way to its final address. It does not necessarily indicate that your parcel is in a moving vehicle or an aircraft or truck. It may be at a FedEx facility.
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In Transit Meaning UPS
Your shipment is moving within the UPS network and should be delivered on the planned delivery date. A parcel can remain in this status until it is delivered.
In Transit Meaning USPS
The parcel is being processed or transported to your delivering Post Office™ facility. Further tracking details will be available when it arrives at the unit and is out for delivery. This scan may appear numerous times from the same facility and on other days processed or in transit.
In Transit Meaning Shein
When your parcel is in transit, it indicates the courier company picked the parcel up, and your shipment is on its way to the delivery destination. The packet stays in transit until the driver delivers it.
Royal Mail in Transit Meaning
In transit – Your parcel is on its way via our courier. This message can cover many stages of its travel. You’ll see more details of its place and status when you enter your reference number. Delivered to your address or a neighbor – We’ve delivered the item as addressed.
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Is in transit the same as out for delivery?
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Which is correct in transit or on transit?