The rapid development of technology and Internet allows consumers to shop online globally. Purchasing products and services from foreign websites and from marketplaces that host multinational merchants are increasingly prevalent. This phenomenon is known as cross-border e-commerce.
Without doubt, as one of the fastest growing economies in the world, China is expected to continue its growth in cross-border e-commerce business. Logistics, customs and fiscal issues associated with the huge growth are the main elements of this sector that we have to pay attention to.
UFL have almost 50 years of experience in the international freight market and have been conducting a thorough study of cross-border e-commerce in China for a period of time. In order to address the multiple issues, UFL hosted several public seminars, one of which was jointly organized with the Hong Kong Shippers’ Council.
With accumulated years of experience in cooperating with foreign traders, UFL are knowledgeable about foreign products and also have good understanding of the demand from mainland consumers.
Most critically, UFL already have a system able to connect with e-commerce / e-shop platforms as well as China Customs / CIQ that delivers data transparency, which is a requirement of the Chinese authorities. China Customs and CIQ have already qualified UFL as a licensed Cross-border E-Commerce Enterprise, as well as a Cross-border E-Commerce Logistics Service Provider. We are confident to work with you to explore the huge China market.
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