You’ve sent a package using APC Overnight and have received the “Parcel Order Manifested Ready for Export” tracking update
What does this mean exactly? Where is your package when you receive this update and is there anything you need to do?
Let’s take a look…
“Parcel Order Manifested Ready for Export” – Tracking Guide
The “Parcel Order Manifested Ready for Export” tracking alert is one of the notifications that you may come across when using APC for international shipments.
This alert indicates that the package has been successfully processed and is ready for export to its destination country.
Breaking the alert down into its parts, we can see that it is relatively self-explanatory.
1. Parcel Order Manifested
The term “order manifested” refers to the process of creating a manifest or documentation that includes details about the shipment, such as the sender’s and recipient’s information, the nature of the contents, and other necessary documentation for international customs clearance.
This step ensures that all necessary paperwork is in order before the package is exported, and normally takes place when the sender creates the initial order while providing the relevant details of the shipment.
2. Ready for Export
The phrase “ready for export” indicates that the package has completed the initial processing stages, including order fulfillment, packaging, and necessary customs procedures in the sender’s country.
The package is now prepared for transportation to the destination country.
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Where is the Package When The Update is Sent?
As you can see from the tracking chain above, when the “Parcel Order Manifested Ready for Export” alert is sent, the package is actually inside a processing center inside the destination country.
This is basically a sorting facility belonging to APC, and it is here that the package is sorted for onward dispatch toward the export location, (i.e. the airport as this is an international shipment).
The departed processing center signifies that this is the next step.
What The Update Means For Each Party
Both the sender and the recipient will have access to the tracking of the shipment and will see the “Parcel Order Manifested Ready for Export” update when it is sent.
But what are the implications for each side?
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Implications for the Sender
For the sender, the APC “Parcel Order Manifested Ready for Export” tracking alert signifies that their package has passed the initial stages of processing and is progressing smoothly through the shipping journey.
It assures the sender that their package is on track for international delivery and has met the requirements for export.
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Implications for the Recipient
The “Parcel Order Manifested Ready for Export” tracking alert is also meaningful for the recipient.
It indicates that the sender has taken the necessary steps to ensure the package’s smooth transition across international borders.
The alert provides reassurance to the recipient that the package is en route to their location and is likely to arrive within the estimated timeframe provided by APC.
What Happens After the Update?
After the “Parcel Order Manifested Ready for Export” tracking alert, the package will proceed to the export facility, where it will be prepared for transportation to the destination country.
Once the package arrives at the destination country, it will go through the customs clearance process and be handed over to the local delivery network for final delivery to the recipient.
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Overall, the “Parcel Order Manifested Ready for Export” update is a good one to receive.
It means that everything is in order with regard to the international shipment and that export toward the destination country will soon take place.
There are still many steps to go through before the item will be delivered, so it is wise to keep an eye on the APC tracking page for further updates.
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