China Postal Express & Logistics Company Limited announced that they have reached a full strategic cooperation with the Chinese Internet …
Chinese B2C e-commerce provider JD.com formally launched its cross-border Internet shopping services, which allows Chinese users to conveniently purchase quality products from many countries and regions such as the U.S., France, U.K., and Japan. This new platform will first offer over 150,000 kinds of products and 1,200 brands in 450 stores. Those products cover maternal […]
Amazon China Z.cn announced that its official flagship store on Tmall.com has started trial operation and will be formally launched in April 2015. This flagship store will initially provide Chinese netizens with directly procured imported products, including shoes, food, wine, kitchenware, and toys. Products sold on Amazon’s Tmall flagship store will be delivered via Amazon […]
Chinese classified information website 58.com announced the launch of a new housekeeping service brand named “58 Daojia” and appointed Chen Xiaohua, chief strategy officer of 58.com, as chief executive officer of “58 Daojia”. 58 Daojia provides location-based service booking, on-site services, and online payment and reviews. This project was initially launched in July 2014. Currently, […]
Chinese B2C e-commerce website JD.com and China Post Group have reached a strategic deal to jointly develop an e-commerce platform targeting cities below third-tier size in China. With the cooperation, JD.com will provide various products, including PCs, digital products, home and kitchen supplies, and cosmetics, for China Post’s “people-benefit project”. Those products will reach 13 […]
ShopRunner, an American online shopping company and competitor to Amazon, has gained investments of USD206 million in the latest financing round, which is reportedly led by China’s Alibaba Group. This represents a major U.S. move for the Chinese e-commerce group, who is considering an initial public offering in the country. Prior to this, Alibaba already […]
During its first open platform partner conference, Chinese B2C e-commerce website JD.com published four major support plans, covering technology, logistics, service, and finance.
UK’s leading luxury e-commerce operator Net-a-Porter has launched a Chinese-language website, targeting the Asia Pacific market.
Tmall.com, the B2C Internet shopping subsidiary of Alibaba Group, announced that it will cooperate with Danone and Nestle to launch direct sales and delivery of milk powder under six brands of the two groups, allowing Chinese consumers to enjoy the safe importation of milk powder products.
Chinese B2C e-commerce website Dangdang.com announced a new evening delivery service in eight cities in China, extending the company’s delivery time to 22:00.
Amazon.cn, the Chinese branch of the American Internet retailer, has adjusted its delivery standards and will now charge a CNY5 delivery fee for any order under CNY29.
Aliexpress.com, the newly launched Internet wholesale e-commerce subsidiary of the Chinese B2B e-commerce company Alibaba.com, and the international logistics giant UPS have recently formed a strategic alliance.