Mar 19, 2021|
Photo Gallery: This Week at JD (Mar. 13 – Mar. 19)
JD will help nearly a hundred fresh produce markets in Shanghai go digital, starting in late this month. A pilot program was launched on Mar. 19. Using JD’s omnichannel fulfillment service, local residents will be able to access fresh produce online via JD and have their orders delivered in as fast as within one hour. This is the first time that an entire produce market in a city has been put on an e-commerce platform.
On the business plan meeting held on Mar. 19 between Dyson and JD.com, the British household appliance brand announced that JD had become its biggest sales channel globally (online and offline) in 2020. Rob Webster, President of Dyson Greater China awards JD as “No.1 Global Partner” on the event.
JD Logistics announced that it will provide 24-hour delivery for Anhui’s spring tea in 27 cities in Jiangsu, Zhejiang and Anhui provinces, plus Shanghai. The announcement was made at a business conference held on Mar. 17 in Anhui province, which is the home of Huangshan Maofeng (黄山毛峰), Lu’an Melon Seed (六安瓜片) and Keemun Black Tea (祁门红茶), all of which are among the top 10 popular Chinese teas.
JD Sports together with Onitsuka Tiger, a Japanese sports shoes brand, launched a street dance competition targeting college students in Chengdu, Sichuan province, on Mar. 16. The purpose of the competition is to encourage students to actively participate in various exercises and help improve brand awareness of both JD Sports and Onitsuka Tiger.