Up freight tracks is a new way for freight buyers to track their shipments with Amazon.com, which launched the service in the US earlier this month.
The service, which lets customers send their shipments via their own freight forwarding account, is already available in some US markets.
Up freight is similar to the tracking capabilities found in Amazon’s own Prime shipping service.
The company claims the tracking service can track up to 3,000 items a day, which can be added to an account to be tracked on Amazon’s network.
Up and running now, Up freight allows customers to track up a maximum of 3,500 items at a time.
Up freight offers up to two different types of tracking options: tracking via Amazon’s free, mobile app or by using the company’s website and mobile app.
Tracking through Amazon’s mobile app lets customers track up and down the number of items being shipped to their destination, as well as the overall number of packages in transit.
The other option is to use Up freight for your own tracking, with Up freight allowing customers to add items to their account and track the total amount of items shipped.
Up’s app is currently available only in the United States and Canada, but Up freight plans to expand to other markets in the near future.
Up freight is an exciting option for the millions of American buyers who rely on their own tracking devices for shipping their packages to their doorstep.
While Amazon currently does not offer Up freight, customers can still get started by checking out the Up freight mobile app available for both Android and iOS.
“We’re excited to offer Up, a unique platform that allows customers with multiple tracking devices to track, track, and track more items to expedite the delivery of their packages,” said Mike Dube, Vice President of Global Business Development at Amazon.
“With Up freight it’s easy to track the exact amount of packages that are in your delivery queue.”
Up will soon be available for $9.99 a month, and it costs $4.99 per shipment.
The app is available for download on the Amazon app store.
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