A delegation headed by Tang Liangzhi, Deputy Secretary of the Chongqing Municipal Party Committee, inspected China Post's e-commerce services in rural areas of Chongqing.
Tang inspected the postal courier parcel site for pomelos, a local characteristic agricultural product, at e-commerce outlets in Weijiahekan of Changshou District.
Tang learned about postage, package volumes and the development of China Post's rural e-commerce business, and gave highly complementary remarks to local postal workers for their development concepts and work.
“As a state-owned enterprise, China Post bears the universal service obligation, which has great influence. It can drive the development of local economies,” said Tang.
“We hope that China Post Chongqing's rural e-commerce business can be stronger and bigger, and better serve the majority of farmers,” he added.