UnCategorized Everyone worries about hitting a snag in a delivery and having a shipment delayed. In the real world though, courier delays don’t happen all that often, and most professional couriers enjoy a much higher than 90% success rate on their quoted delivery times. However, that rate is never 100%, so there must be a few deliveries out there that are late from time to time. If your Houston same day delivery service is late on a delivery, it stands to reason that you might want to be contacted to find out what is happening with the shipment. The good news is that if there is a delay in your shipment of any kind, you are going to be able to find out about it. The way that you find out about it though, and when you find out about it, can depend on a few additional factors. The largest determining factor as to how you will learn about a delay depends on the severity of the problem. If a small delay in a shipment occurs, you are not going to be notified directly. This doesn’t mean that you won’t be told about the shipment’s delay, just that the courier company doesn’t have the time to call you directly to let you know about the delay. Instead, the information about the delay will be placed into the courier company’s online tracking system. This is a system that you can access with the reference number that your courier gave you when you first organized the shipment. Enter that number into the system and you will see data of varying detail depending on what type of technology your courier has in place. However, what you will certainly notice is a notification of some sort if your shipment has been delayed. If your shipment doesn’t have a small delay, but instead hits a major snag, then the courier company is going to become more proactive about getting in touch directly and letting you know that something has gone wrong. They will usually call you to tell you if something has happened to seriously delay your shipment. The amount of time that a shipment would have to be delayed to qualify for that sort of direct contact will depend on the courier, and it will also depend on the shipping service that you were paying for. A faster service will warrant direct contact over a smaller delay, because it represents a larger percentage of the total delivery time. About the Author: 相关的主题文章: