The Asendia shipping service utilizes a three step process:
Tracking Information Consolidation
As a result of this three step process, each shipment is assigned three separate tracking IDs during it’s journey; one by ChitChats, another by Asendia, and the last is an internationally accepted S10 tracking identifier.
If all systems are functioning as they should, each subsequent tracking number should pass it’s details to the previous system.
For this reason, the ChitChats identifier is generally preferred (as it contains all tracking data from start to finish). However, in certain cases, not all details are correctly passed along. This is especially true for the final S10 tracking identifier, which becomes available once the item is transferred to the national postal authority in the destination country.
Once the S10 identifier becomes available, it is recommenced you review the tracking data directly via your national postal service for the most detailed and timely updates.