What does 'Sorting Complete' mean on USPS's 'Track & Confirm'?

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The phrase 'Sorting Complete' on USPS's Track and Confirm tool lets you know that you package has arrived at the USPS facility. It has been sorted into the proper delivery route, and the next step will be the carrier bringing the package to your address. You will not see 'Delivered' on the Track and Confirm tool until the carrier returns to the facility at the end of the day.
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That means that the packages have arrived on the trucks and have been sorted out into carts for the delivery routes. If the package has a barcode it is scanned as arrived at this
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1. Retrieve the label number from the shipper that was assigned to the package. This number will be printed on their receipt when they add "Track & Confirm" to the shipment
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