Qingtian Imported Commodity City launches e-commerce app
Qingtian Imported Commodity City in Qingtian county, Lishui, East China's Zhejiang province, recently launched a cross-border e-commerce comprehensive service app called Julifang.
The app is mainly designed to provide overseas brands and retailers with full-channel operation and distribution services in China, and providing a whole set of standardized and integrated supply chain services for domestic imported retail industry practitioners.
In the meantime, the app will issue vouchers worth a total of 100 million yuan ($14.28 million) to stimulate consumption.
The real economy in Qingtian county was severely affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. To minimize the impact of the pandemic, Qingtian Imported Commodity City is carrying out online sales, promoting the resumption of imported business and trade, and accelerating the resumption of production.
The online sales of some commodities have doubled several times compared with offline sales.
"We want to take this opportunity to promote products by relying on new technologies and actively explore new models of foreign trade," said Wang Weiwei, a merchant at the commodity city.
Following the launch of the app, Qingtian will also carry out personnel training and technical support to strengthen service guarantees for online sales, according to officials.