Online Tracking

There are two ways to check the status of your shipment: the first is available on this website and you can install the second on your iPhone. You can enter a single air waybill number on the homepage or multiple air waybill numbers on this page. The information shown adheres to the Cargo2000 industry standard and always comes from a single source. You can easily check the status of your shipments, anytime and anywhere.

On this page:

Reading the data

We trigger usually seven different milestones in our warehouses when your shipment passes through. When you send us a digital air waybill (e-AWB), we trigger the FWB milestone. The second milestone is triggered once we have accepted your shipment at our warehouse. When the shipment is ready for transport to the aircraft, the DEP milestone is triggered and when it arrives in our warehouse at the destination the status changes to ARR. Once we have prepared your shipment for pickup it becomes RFC and we will notify you with an NFD message. After you've picked up your shipment, its status changes to DLV.


For a more detailed explanation, please refer to this PDF document.

Checking shipment status by iPhone

You can also track your shipments while you are on the go. The app works the same way as the tracking tool on our website. It also offers a storage function for the air waybill numbers you have entered, or you can copy & paste an AWB number into the app. You can download the app via the iStore if iTunes is installed on your computer or you can view this page on an iPhone or iPad. Otherwise, you can go to the Appstore with your device and search using keywords like Air France, KLM, Martinair, Cargo or Track.

Track multiple shipments

Below you can insert a single AWB number and track a single shipment or you can enter upto 10 Airwaybills at once to track multiple shipments. For tracking one single shipment yo can always use the tracking tool on the homepage.

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