Premier Li Keqiang visited Loctek Ergonomic Technology Corp in Ningbo city, East China’s Zhejiang province, on May 24.
The Premier tried out a set of smart office products, including a fitness bike connected to a chair, and an adjustable desk.
Last year, a total of 1.34 million sets of such products were sold, of which 1.2 million were sold overseas.
Currently, Loctek has 20 warehouses abroad, which helps increase its overseas sales. It also provides services such as overseas storage and logistics for a large number of domestic micro, small and medium-sized companies, ensuring their products can be sent abroad in shorter time.
The Premier linked with staff members working at the overseas warehouse in Germany via video. Hearing that 70 percent of parcels at the warehouse serve domestic micro, small, and medium-sized companies, he praised the staff for staying at their posts amid the COVID-19 pandemic and helping more home-made products sell overseas.
He expressed hopes that they could always think of credibility as a top priority to ensure the quality and improve their products.
He then told Loctek employees that new growth drivers have broad and bright prospects, adding that they apply new technologies to produce new smart equipment and develop cross-border e-commerce, while, adjusting to the new global development trend of “home-bound economy”, allowing users to work from home and create wealth.