The first commercial Express Mail Supervision Center in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region was officially put into operation in Urumqi, capital of Xinjiang, on March 17, marking that the time is over when Xinjiang import and export commercial express mail cleared customs in Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and other long-distance express ports.
The first batch of 50 imported commercial express packages of British milk powder completed commercial express declaration, onsite inspection, physical comparison, distribution and other checks in Urumqi.
Funded by China Postal Express & Logistics, the Urumqi Express Mail Supervision Center is governed by Xinjiang Postal Express & Logistics, which has opened up the corridor for air, rail and road transport of inbound and outbound express mail.
In addition to traditional postal channels, customers that purchase overseas goods can now choose a more suitable commercial express logistics channel that meets their own needs.
At the same time, the center provides a convenient logistics channel for domestic enterprises to carry engage in cross-border e-commerce, which plays a positive role in attracting domestic and foreign merchants to settle in Urumqi, further driving economic development of the Belt and Road countries and construction of multimodal transport in Urumqi.