Jan 22, 2021|
Photo Gallery: This Week at JD (January 16 – January 22)
JD adds a provisional air cargo route from Inner Mongolia to Tianjin, started from Jan. 19, to meet the increasing demand for meat products and secure in-time delivery during the Chinese New Year period.
JD Worldwide launched the Sri Lanka National Pavilion on Jan. 21. The pavilion focuses on providing the most iconic and high-quality products from the country, including gems, black tea and spicy products. Dr. Palitha T. B Kohona, Ambassador of Sri Lanka to China, joined the opening ceremony held in JD’s headquarters in Beijing.
Nick Coyle, CEO and Executive Director of the China-Australia Chamber of Commerce joined a livestream show on JD Worldwide on Jan. 20 to support the trade and ecommerce development between China and Australia, and to introduce Australian products to JD customers ahead of Chinese New Year. The livestream show, which lasted for 12 hours, was held on Jan 20, the first day of JD’s Chinese New Year Grand Promotion, aiming to introduce high-quality imported products for JD customers.
A JD logistics van loaded with 200 protective gowns arrived in Shijiazhuang, Hebei province (300 km south of Beijing) at 11 am on Jan. 16. Donated by the Xujiapeng sub-district of Wuhan. The donation is the first to be transported to Shijiazhuang after JD’s launch of a special transportation channel for the aid to Hebei province.
Italian fashion brand Marni launched a flagship store on JD’s e-commerce platform on Jan 20. The online store is bringing to Chinese consumers the brand’s early spring collections for women including long dresses.