The cross-border e-commerce sector of Quzhou city -- in East China's Zhejiang province -- has been growing exponentially over the past few years, as the country's middle and high-income shoppers are demand increasingly diverse and personalized products and services, according to local officials.
On Dec 9, with the processing of a customs release order, Zhejiang Longyou China Resources Tourism Supplies Co Ltd completed the first order of the B2B overseas warehouse for cross-border e-commerce exports.
The order involved a group of 250 chairs made in Quzhou, which will be assembled and shipped abroad from Ningbo Port in Zhejiang.
Officials said that since a new promotion drive for B2B cross-border e-commerce Quzhou Customs -- and other departments -- have worked together to carry out the preparations, successively solving problems concerning order uploads and data docking, to ensure the smooth development of cross-border e-commerce business.
In a bid to respond to the heavy impact of the COVID-19, the B2B cross-border e-commerce export initiative was launched.
Officials said this has provided a new channel for cross-border e-commerce exports, paving the way for companies engaged in the business to benefit from the streamlined measures and make their declarations in a more concise and convenient way.