Deng Han is JD.com’s manager of cross-border e-commerce, South China. [Photo provided to Newsgd.com]
Deng Han is JD.com’s manager of cross-border e-commerce, South China. He said the famous Chinese online retailer has its biggest bonded warehouse in Nansha and sends out tens of thousands of parcels everyday. “Apart from favourable policies, Nansha customs offers 24/7 service even during public holidays, which is very supportive in our business.”
According to Nansha, the value of cross-border e-commerce roared from 30 million yuan in 2014 to 7.2 billion yuan in 2017. Wu Yun, Deputy Director of Nansha Customs, said Nansha would continue to simplify clearance procedures and shorten time required by a further 30% in the future.
‘Parallel car import’* refers to a mode selling vehicles brought on overseas markets to China.
Reported by Jasmine Yin
Edited by Olivia Ouyang, Simon Haywood