The parcel status indicates where your parcel is currently located. To expedite parcel receipt, here is an overview of the most important information.
Preadvice: this status indicates that the data for this parcel has been created electronically. The parcel has not been physically handed over to GLS at this time, this will happen in the next step => Status In transit.
Cancelled: this status indicates e.g. that the pick-up order for a parcel has been cancelled because the item was not ready in time for collection.
In transit: the parcel has been physically handed over to GLS. The parcel will now be routed via the relevant parcel centers until it arrives at the final parcel center.
Final parcel center: the parcel is at the final parcel center and will move to delivery in the next step.
In delivery: the parcel has left the final parcel center and is in the GLS delivery vehicle. It is expected to be delivered to you during the course of the day.
Delivered: the parcel has been successfully delivered.
Delivered: the parcel has been successfully delivered to a GLS ParcelShop. You will find the ParcelShop address and opening hours in parcel tracking.
Not delivered: the parcel could not be successfully delivered because e.g. the address was incorrect, or the parcel consignee could not be found. In this case an address clarification will be triggered by GLS.
Stored: the parcel is back at the final parcel center. It could not be delivered successfully, for example because the address was incorrect or could not be found. If the address is incorrect, the parcel shipper will be in touch with you to get clarification of the address details. If the goods receipt is closed for vacation for a longer period, the parcel will be stored temporarily. Info: if you have received a notification card for the parcel, you can redirect your parcel via parcel tracking.
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