China Post Group signed a Memorandum of Cooperation with Vietnam post in Nanning city, capital of south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, on March 13, 2018.
According to the agreement, the two sides will strengthen business cooperation, discuss the construction of the border sorting center, investment experience and the development of an e-commerce supply chain to solve the problems in international mail transfer and promote the development of cross-border e-commerce in China and Vietnam.
Before the signing ceremony, a delegation led by China Post Vice General-Manager Li Xiong met with Vietnam Post President Pham Anh Tuan and other representatives to discuss issues relating to cross-border e-commerce as well as express and logistics cooperation.
Li extended a warm welcome to the Vietnam Post visiting delegation on behalf of China Post Group.
He said that the bilateral trade volume between China and Vietnam has increased rapidly in recent years.
Moreover, he said, cross-border e-commerce is growing fast thanks to new technology.
It has brought new opportunities and broad development space for the cooperation of the two parties as postal service plays an important role in cross-border e-commerce.
China Post and Vietnam Post have a history of good cooperation and friendship. With the development of business, the two sides will do research on how to innovate new services to meet the demand of cross-border e-commerce.
“China Post is willing to share related experience with you. We will come up with concrete plans and measures as soon as possible so that the cooperative agreement will be implemented, and that the two sides will cooperate to achieve fruitful results, realizing a win-win development,” said Li.
Pham thanked China Post for promoting communication and cooperation between the two parties.
He gave an overview of the Vietnam Post's the situation and said that Vietnam Post ranked the first in the domestic express market share and that the company would continuously reform the supply chain to meet the customers’ demands and adapt to the rapid development of the e-commerce market.
“The Memorandum of Cooperation will lay a solid foundation for the future cooperation and development of the two sides. We hope that both sides will establish a bilateral working group as soon as possible after the signing of the contract, make clear the liaisons and put forward specific plans of action to put the agreement into practice. Vietnam Post is willing to increase investment in human, material and resources, ensuring to achieve a win-win situation,” said Pham.