JD.com a Leader in E-commerce Introduces a New Delivery Service

JD.com Inc. is the largest e-commerce company located in Beijing, China. It has been in business for many years and provides a large range of products for consumers like electronics, food, and apparel. It offers e-commerce across the border allowing Chinese consumers to import products. It incorporates all aspects of an online business. It works with companies to set up their businesses online and increase profits. It currently offers speedy reliable delivery to corporations.This e commerce leader has introduced a new parcel delivery service to its users.

The new parcel delivery service will allow non corporate customers in Beijing, Shanghai, and Guangzhou to deliver within the cities and in China. The company has invested in all aspects of delivery like vehicles for drop off and pick up, shipping and distribution, and employee to deliver the mail or packets. This new service is for all costumers, catering especially to professionals who desire excellent expedited delivery for high quality products and high end consumer electronics. Also, to those in business and communications field.The new delivery service will provide a range of services like same day, next day or two day delivery.

Consumers also have the option of high speed air or rail delivery. Customers who ship items have the advantage of various options, they can request a pick up using the JD Delivery mini program in WEchat. This marks the next step in influencing the nationwide logistics network that JD.com has built in the past years.With this new delivery service JD.com will be competing with the large delivery companies like UPS, FED EX, and Chinese companies named ZTO Express Inc. and SF Express. Alibaba Group Holdings is the biggest competitor of JD.com, both companies are top performing big online retailers and now with the new delivery service it will increase competition greatly.

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