DPD tracking number format

DPD tracking number format is usually comprised of numeric characters. There are 4 kinds of common DPD tracking number formats:

  • 10 digits

  • 12 digits

  • 14 digits

  • 14 digits + 1 letter/digit

DPD tracking number example:







Deutscher Paket Dienst established in Germany in 1976, three years later, DPD expands its services to international delivery. Adhering to "we believe in building closer connections with all our customers" philosophy, DPDgroup works hard to evolve their business and support their growth. DPDgroup provides different services to meet the different needs of customers. Four kinds of parcel flows, BtoB, CtoC, BtoC, and CtoB, support all your needs in this booming society. 

Delivery time:

  • standard/deferred parcel segment: no guaranteed delivery times(24-72 hours)

  • express parcel segment:

       domestic: next-day delivery

       international: next-day to two-day delivery

You can also track your DPD tracking number on trackingmore.com

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