Malaysia Pos Laju 2020 Guide • MCO Updated

May 1, 2020

Hi guys, welcome back to my blog! For today's post I'll be sharing all about Pos Laju Tracking in 2020, how you can track your parcels and what the status updates mean.


So I buy things online quite frequently and waiting for your parcel to arrive is always super annoying. Especially with the current Movement Control Order (MCO) here in Malaysia, it can be quite stressful when your orders get delayed or there are no updates.

In this post I'll be sharing how you can track your Poslaju orders/parcels in 2020!

Local/EMS/domestic PosLaju tracking numbers have the format of ENXXXXXXXXXMY (the Xs are numbers), while overseas parcels will reflect differently (Example: I had one from Singapore with the formal CR926295085SG).



You can track your Pos Laju parcel in multiple sites, but I recommend these 3:

1. Tracking Malaysia

A fairly new website this year, it offers fairly fast updates.


I like how accurate and fast the updates are:


I also like how you have the option of being notified of your parcel's movement:


Tracking Malaysia also offers tracking services for other couriers, making it easy to track your purchases/parcels:



2. Track & Trace Pos Malaysia

Pos Laju's previous Track & Trace V2 is now no longer available:


It has been updated to the 2020 Pos Malaysia Track & Trace:


To view which Pos Laju/Pos Malaysia branches are closed and affected by MCO, click here!


3. Aftership




Once you enter your tracking number into Pos Laju's tracker, you can see it's status. Do note that even though it's a tracker, updates may be delayed. So far Pos Laju's updates have been pretty fast even during MCO, so that shouldn't be a big problem.


Here's what the status updates mean in English:

Item posted over the counter - Your parcel has just been receuved by the post office and your barcode has just been scanned

Item posted over the counter - Consignment is processed from posting to the Post Office. This means that sending data is already available from Post Office (PO) again. When it comes to Pos Laju, it can be sent straight out.

Item dispatched out - Your parcel has left the post office where the sender sent it.

Item processed - Your parcel is being processed in Pos Laju's Parcel Hub. It's here where they divide and conquer parcels via postcode for easier and faster delivery.

Consignment dispatch out from Transit Office - Your parcel has left the Transit Office and is being sent to the nearest post office near you.

Arrive at delivery facility - Your parcel has arrived at the post office nearest to your address.

Item out for delivery -  Pos Laju's postmen will now deliver your parcel to your shipping address. They most likely will use Waze or another GPS to track your address.

Item can be collected -  Your parcel can be collected at the Post Office. This may be because they have not dispatched it to you, they've forgotten, etc. If you get this status for a few days, call Pos Laju and remind them to send it. You can also go and pick it up yourself.

Item delivered to NAME - Your parcel has reached you! The person who receives and signs the postman's form will be the one stated in the tracker.

Unsuccessful delivery. Please contact 1 300 300 300 Addressee not available - Your parcel could not be sent to your address. This is most likely because you are not at home or aware of the postman's arrival. The postman will leave a notice with a date of when he will attempt a second delivery. If it fails again, it will be up for self collection.


And that's it! I hope you guys found this post helpful! 💕  Remember to be patient while waiting for your parcels and not to lash out at the shops/sites that you buy from because they're NOT the ones in charge of shipping, the courier is.


Happy shopping, see y'all in the next post!

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