China Post Group attended the Global Conference for Cross-Border E-Commerce in Zhengzhou, capital of central China’s Henan province on July 28.
The event was jointly sponsored by the Chinese Academy of International Trade and Economic Cooperation and the China International Electronic Commerce Center.
More than 1,000 attendees gathered and followed the new trends in global cross-border e-commerce, most of whom were business executives and representatives of well-known cross-border electronic platforms and suppliers such as Amazon, Ebay and Alibaba.
China Post Vice General-Manager Li Pizheng attended the event and delivered a keynote speech.
“China Post is currently the main channel for cross-border e-commerce delivery in the world and has unique advantages,” said Li. “Under the framework of the Universal Postal Union (UPU), postal enterprises in various countries have strengthened bilateral and multilateral cooperation and built the world’s largest physical delivery network. Some 72 percent of global cross-border online shopping packages are now delivered through postal channels.”
“China Post has accelerated construction of an international and domestic postal delivery network and spares no efforts to boost the development of cross-border E-commerce,” he added.
“We will join hands with central European trains and Russia railways to develop various forms of logistics, and cooperate with international ports, providing various forms of service, improving the support services and boosting development of cross-border E-commerce,” Li concluded.
Global CEO Conference Co-Chairperson Long Yongtu and Luxemburg Consul General in Shanghai Lü Kewei also made keynote speeches at the conference along with other guests.