New Zealand Post to enable access to Chinese market for retailers

Tuesday 7 October 2014 13:48 CET | News

New Zealand Post will enable local retailers to sell products to Chinese customers by opening a dedicated store within the Tmall global ecommerce website.

The initiative will boost cross-border shipping, reports.

Sohail Choudry, New Zealand Post executive general manager for ecommerce and customer solutions, has informed that the online platform is based on a supply chain system designed specifically for New Zealand companies looking to expand into the Chinese market. In providing the new platform and accompanying supply chain, New Zealand Post makes use of its links with

Chinese organisations including China Post, freight company Cargo Services Far East, and ecommerce company Alibaba Group, which runs the Tmall Global website.

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