SF Express, a Chinese express company known for its fast delivery and quality services, debuts at the world's largest e-commerce industry event ‘the Internet Retailer Conference and Exhibition’ (IRCE) that was held in McCormick Place in Chicago on June 19th 2017. With a total of 600+ exhibitors from around the world and 10,000+ participants, SF Express attracted attention of a large number of these exhibitors and participants by showing its China B2C Total Solution.
SF Express US teams from New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco, gave a comprehensive insight of the Chinese cross-border e-commerce market to both exhibitors and participants.
SF shared their extended information about Chinese market access policy, consumer portrait, express logistics, and last mile delivery trends from various dimensions, and showcased China B2C Total Solution. More specifically, SF Express is dedicated to provide overseas brands or platforms tailor-made solutions with market access, international logistics, import and export clearance, warehousing distribution, marketing and other diversified services in order to solve difficulties at different development stages,
For instance, overseas brands are in the beginning phase should choose cross-border e-commerce B2C direct mail with light assets, zero inventories, small quantity and multi-batch model, in order to accelerate the stock cycle and lower the cost and risk of developing a new market. Once stable customers source is established, the overseas brand can gradually shift to more cost-effective cross-border e-commerce B2B2C model, pre-stocking the popular items in the bonded warehouse, then distribute when the actual order is placed, lower transport costs at the same time enhancing delivery time.
Overall SF professionals and SF Express booth, not only attracted the United States local e-commerce providers, but also e-commerce merchants from Mexico, Germany, Japan and other countries. SF also successfully demonstrated that they can provide tailor made total solutions for cross-border B2C e-commerce and that they are the key to China for e-commerce merchants worldwide.