What’s a label?

The label is the document that allows the package to be identified, and where all the data is collected from the barcode. This allows you to track your shipment from the website. It will appear with the services marked as Requires a printer.

There are certain services that do not require a label (Keavo Standard, Keavo 48/72, Envialia, and GLS Eurobusiness Import), but this does not mean that the package should not be previously identified by the sender (optional address sheet, or handwriting in capital letters with the complete destination information and Packlink No. ), nor that the shipment can be tracked. For these services, the transportation company is responsible for relabelling the goods in the warehouse, so that all data is computerised in your barcode.

 

 

The label is the document that allows the package to be identified, and where all the data is collected from the barcode. This allows you to track your shipment from the website. It will appear with the services marked as Requires a printer.

There are certain services that do not require a label (Keavo Standard, Keavo 48/72, Envialia, and GLS Eurobusiness Import), but this does not mean that the package should not be previously identified by the sender (optional address sheet, or handwriting in capital letters with the complete destination information and Packlink No. ), nor that the shipment can be tracked. For these services, the transportation company is responsible for relabelling the goods in the warehouse, so that all data is computerised in your barcode.

 

 

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