SF International Workshop held in Tokyo to Discuss about Japan-China Cross-border E-commerce

  • On 8th Feb 2018, the SF International Workshop made a stop in Tokyo, holding a cross-border e-commerce seminar in conjunction with Estore Corporation, one of Japan’s top providers of e-commerce support solutions.


    Preparing for today’s seminar


    This Japan-China cross-border e-commerce seminar invited 11 e-commerce companies and associations such as Japan Airlines, Sueno International, Adways Inc., World Business Network, etc.


    One of the participants flips through seminar materials


    SF Express International Business Unit CEO David Adams and SF Express Japan General Manager Simon Truss both attended in person and gave welcoming speeches to the attendees.


    David Adams speaks to seminar participants



    Simon Truss speaks to attendees


    This seminar also invited speakers Joshua Ruskin, Head of the International Business Unit’s Business Solutions Team, and Mr. Jimmy Ye, an e-commerce expert from the Chinese e-commerce media platform Ebrun.



    Joshua introduces SF Express’s cross-border solutions



    Mr. Jimmy Ye talks about the growth of the Chinese e-commerce industry


    Additionally, this seminar was supported by the Shenzhen Cross-Border E-Commerce Association and the Japanese e-commerce solutions company Estore. Representatives from these two organizations also gave their thoughts on the developing e-commerce industries in Shenzhen and Tokyo, respectively.


    During the seminar’s Q&A session, the various lecturers were invited onstage to answer questions. Many of the representatives asked about exporting goods from Japan to China, with Joshua Ruskin answering many of these questions. The attendees also inquired about how social media platforms play a role in the Chinese e-commerce industry.



    Q&A Session



    Group Picture


    This time the SF International Workshop talked extensively about cross-border e-commerce between Japan and China, as well as the development of the Chinese e-commerce industry in general. The Japanese participants were interested to learn about how the industry had developed and diversified over the course of time. They also learned more about SF Express Japan and its capabilities and services, noting in particular the recent December 2017 launch of its Nanjing-Osaka air cargo route. As cross-border e-commerce between the two countries continues to grow rapidly, SF Express Japan aims to further facilitate this development and contribute by providing cross-border logistics services for its international customers. 

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