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SEKO started in 1976 as a domestic forwarder in the United States. Since then, they have expanded to include international air and ocean cargo. They now have over 120 offices in 40 countries worldwide.
SEKO specializes in transportation, logistics, forwarding, and warehousing for retail and eCommerce.
For business, SEKO is the perfect logistics partner. With innovative technologies to help run the warehouse and supply chain.
From small packages to oversized boxes, SEKO ships it all–but heavyweight is where they thrive, ranging from exercise equipment to home furniture.
SEKO offers a wide range of services to help businesses deliver packages around the world. They have four main solutions:
Whether it's an opening, a remodel, a high-value piece of equipment, regular replenishment of products, or anything in between, SEKO offers time-definite and specialized services.
SEKO's final mile home delivery service includes time-definite appointments, automated service messages, as well as additional services such as set up, debris removal, and more.
SEKO has special cargo services including flatbeds and oversized trucks and all sizes and weights. Including cold chain logistics solutions for replenishing stock.
SEKO has 2-day shipping solutions from fulfilment warehouses and overnight domestic deliveries.
SEKO has a wide network of locations and partners to help deliver packages to every corner of the world.
SEKO employs thousands of people to help deliver packages to over 200 countries and territories. Although SEKO is based in the United States, it offers domestic transportation throughout the US and international express delivery to Europe within a week.
The easiest way to track your package is with your tracking number. This lets you use the Circuit Package Tracker to know exactly where your package is, where it has been, and when it will arrive.
If you do not have your tracking number, contact the sender of your package for more information. If you have a reference number, you can contact SEKO customer care for more information about your delivery.
Circuit Package Tracker tell you exactly where your package is, where it has been, and when it will arrive.
Most trackers only update when they arrive at a new major milestone along the way, Circuit Package Tracker lets you know when your package arrives at a location and leaves. This can help you plan better as you know exactly where your package is at any time.
SEKO partners with local postal services around the world to give fast and efficient international shipping.
Due to this, they outsource the final delivery of your package to local postal services around the world. In the United States, you can expect your SEKO package to be delivered between the hours of 7 am to 6 pm during the week.
SEKO offer 2-day shipping solutions from their fulfillment warehouses for all U.S. domestic deliveries
For international deliveries, SEKO makes use of its international network of partners to get your package anywhere in the world within a week.
SEKO also offers a variety of options to get your package delivered on time. These include express services that will deliver internationally within a week and standard deliveries that can take anywhere from 7-14 days.
If SEKO tries to deliver your package and you are not there to accept it, they will let you know that they were there and will hold your package for you for up to seven days. During this time, you can make arrangements to fetch it from their location if that is more convenient for you.
You can use Circuit Package Tracker to find out exactly where your package is at all times. This can help you stay on top of all your deliveries to make sure you never miss one.
You can add a signature to your SEKO package to add some security to your delivery.
Sometimes this is needed for insurance purposes. If you need to sign for a package, the delivery driver will walk you through the entire process. They will show you exactly where to sign on the form or digital device. If you are not there to sign for your package, it will be held at the nearest location for up to seven days.
You can fetch your package from there, just make sure to bring a government-issued photo ID along with you to claim your package.
Tracking a package with Circuit Package Tracker has never been easier. Simply use the search at the top of this page and enter your unique tracking number.
You can then select SEKO from the drop-down menu and click the ‘Track my package’ button.
Use Circuit Package Tracker first to tell you exactly where your package is.
If it shows that your package is delayed, this could be for a number of reasons, from traffic to weather disruption.
If a few days have passed since the delivery date, you should reach out to SEKO customer support. Let them know your information and what was in your package so that they can start an investigation to try and find it within their system.
If you suspect your package to be lost or stolen, reach out to SEKO customer support as soon as possible.
You can give them your information and describe the contents of the package so that they can launch an investigation. If your package is insured, they will help you along the claims process.
If you are not there to collect your package, SEKO will send you a notification to let you know that they made an attempt to deliver your package and will try to deliver it again the following day.
They will then hold your package at their nearest facility for up to seven business days.
If it is more convenient for you to fetch it directly from there, you can make arrangements. Remember to bring along some form of government-issued photo ID with you.
Delivery times for your packages can vary depending on where you are. For international packages, SEKO may make use of its strategic partners for the last part of your delivery. This means that your delivery time may differ.
Typically, you should expect most deliveries to take place between the hours of 7 am and 6 pm from Monday to Friday.
You can make use of Circuit Package Tracker to know exactly where your package is, where it has been, and when to expect it to be delivered.
All you need is your unique tracking number. If you do not have your tracking number, make sure to check your email and phone for the confirmation notice of your delivery.
If you still cannot find your tracking number, reach out to the sender of your package for more information about your delivery.
Your SEKO tracking number should have been sent to you as soon as your order was confirmed. This is normally attached to your confirmation email or SMS when your delivery is confirmed.
If you do not have your tracking number, reach out to the sender or merchant for more information about your delivery.
Your package could not be moving for a variety of reasons. From backlogs to supply chain disruptions, this can all delay your package and keep it standing still.
For a detailed view, you can make use of Circuit Package Tracker. If there is a delay, it will update you with when you can expect your delivery to arrive.
If your package appears to be pending, this means that it is still waiting to be shipped. Give it a few days and if it is still pending, reach out to SEKO customer support for more information.