How to Track Your Hanjin Container
Hanjin tracking instructions are usually provided by your shipping agent, despite how simple they are to execute.
First, look at your ISO shipping container. Whether it’s a 20′ container, 40′ container or 45 foot container, you’re going to have an 11 digit number that’s prominently displayed on the side of the container. Whatever the dimensions of a shipping container, the number will be the same format (see also Hanjin container dimensions).
This number, which is technically made up of 4 letters followed by 7 numbers, is a unique identification number that you can use to find your cargo any time of day or night as long as you have an active and working internet connection.
All you have to do is log onto the company’s website, locate the section for sea cargo tracking, and then type in your number and press enter. That’s all it takes for the technology to send your message through the system, and to come back with all the tracking information you need at the speed of wireless internet.
Hanjin Shipping Company Container Tracking
As Korea’s largest shipping company, and one of the top 10 largest shippers in the world, Hanjin ships over 100 million tons of freight annually on over 200 ships. Hanjin containers have be found to be ideal for use in shipping container homes‘ projects.
That’s a lot of cargo and vessels to keep track of, even considering the advances in modern technology and how you can now get information at blinding speeds.
Given Hanjin’s large presence in the Pacific, including making deliveries to California, repairing ships at their China facility, and stopping in at a variety of different ports all over the world, it would make sense that the company has paid special attention to tracking the cargo it has to carry to so many different ports in so many different countries.
However it’s also a win-win situation for the shipping container company and customers alike, since now both parties can find out at any given time exactly where a given cargo is no matter where in the world it’s being shipped to.
And all you need to take advantage of this system and all of the forethought that was put into it is the proper tracking number and a working Internet connection. Certainly a long way from just waiting for the ships and cargo vessels to come into port.
Tracking Other Shipping Line Vessels
Our online tracking systems will trace and track 112 of the world’s shipping container companies. We have provided tracking links to the main ones here.
- APL tracking
- China Shipping tracking
- CMA CGM tracking
- COSCO tracking
- CSAV tracking
- Evergreen tracking
- Hamburg Sud tracking
- Hanjin tracking
- Hapag Lloyd tracking
- K Line tracking
- Maersk tracking
- MOL tracking
- MSC tracking
- NYK tracking
- OOCL tracking
- Safmarine tracking
- Wan Hai tracking
- Yang Ming tracking
- ZIM tracking