The government will establish a large cross-border commodity wholesale platform for online to offline (O2O) business in Nansha, according to the China (Guangdong) Pilot Free Trade Zone Nansha Area of Guangzhou Business Salon.
Guangzhou became a cross-border electronic commerce pilot city in 2013, and the cross-border e-commerce activity in Nansha has developed rapidly.
The location of the cross-border e-commerce warehouse has enlarged from 50,000 square meters to 100,000 square meters, attracting several large national e-commerce enterprises to settle there. Among them are JD.com International, yhd.com, jumei.com, Suning Commerce Group Co., Ltd, vip.com, Dangdang, and Tand Tmall.
Also, more than 200 businesses are cooperating with Funsense.com, which deals in more than 10,000 operating import commodities, including popular Australian milk powder, health care products, and skin care products.