Apr 29, 2022|
JD Super and Kimberly-Clark Rush Baby Product Supplies to Shanghai
by Mengyang He
In response to the COVID-19 outbreak in Shanghai, JD.com’s online supermarket business JD Super formed an emergency response team with the leading American personal care corporation Kimberly-Clark, rushing to allocate 3,000 boxes of diapers to Shanghai in a joint effort to ensure sufficient baby products on the ground. Several brands under Kimberly-Clark all took part in the team, including Kleenex, Huggies, Kotex, etc.
The JD Super and Kimberly-Clark emergency response team took immediate actions by building a makeshift warehouse in Qingpu District, Shanghai and allocating 120,000 bags of milk powder and diapers from across China into the warehouse, which therefore elevated the local delivery efficiency and reduced uncertainties during transportation.
The team also delivered milk powder to Shanghai Children’s Medical Center, which turned into a family-friendly makeshift hospital designed for COVID-19 infected baby patients with their accompanying parents.
Additionally, through this team, Huggies also donated over 53,000 baby diapers, wipes, etc. in 559 boxes to the family-friendly makeshift hospital at the Shanghai New International Expo Center.
With sufficient supplies in stock, JD.com will continue to work with Kimberly-Clark and its affiliated brands to donate and deliver baby formula, diapers, and other baby products to family-friendly makeshift hospitals.