China Express Delivery Sees Rapid Growth

Added On October 12, 2018

In the first eight months of this year, China saw faster growth in express delivery.
As of August, China had delivered 30.3 billion parcels, a year-on-year growth of 27 percent.
Head of China's State Post Bureau, Ma Junsheng, said the express delivery business in China is on a fast track.
Meanwhile, it is seeking new opportunities to expand and diversify its services.
He said that China's delivery industry will strengthen efforts to work with agricultural products suppliers to ensure fresh delivery, innovate its supply chain with the latest technology and provide timely services for cross-border online shopping.
He added that China's express delivery business is also taking into consideration green development, such as using environmentally friendly packaging, encouraging the recycling of parcel disposals and introducing fuel-efficient transport vehicles.
Statistics indicate that the total number of express deliveries in China surpassed 40 billion in 2017, topping the world's market for four consecutive years with a share of over 45 percent.