- Oct 30, 2020
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Photo Gallery: This Week at JD (October 26-October 30)
JD has upgraded its Zhengzhou Asia No.1 fulfillment center that the sorting center in it is now highly automated. Located in the provincial capital of Henan province which has nearly 100 million populations and is the third most-populous province in China, the fulfillment center will enable more consumers in the region receive orders the same day they’ve placed them.
On the partner conference held on October 29th in Chengdu, Sichuan province, JD Health released its upgraded strategy that positions itself as a supply chain-centered, medical service-based and digitally-driven health management platform that covers the full life cycle and healthcare scenarios for its customers. With the vision to become the most trusted health management provider, it’s mission is to be the “chief health officer” for the Chinese people. JD Health also announced a “Family Care Project” at the conference, aiming to provide a one-stop healthcare solution for family health management.
Lei Xu (center), JD Retail CEO and Liang Jianzhang (left) Trip.com’s co-founder and Chairman hosted a joint live-streaming event for Trip.com’s 21st anniversary on October 28th. Over 5.7 million people watched the livestream during its peak time. Data showed that the sales of hotels on JD Travel on the day increased by 776% compared with the same period last year.
On October 30th, JD opened a new SEVEN FRESH supermarket in Beijing’s CBD. Located on B1 at the Wonderful World shopping mall, the supermarket sells over 5,600 products including fruits, vegetables, seafood and beverages among many others in the more than 3,400 square meters’ area.
JD Logistics has been awarded by HRoot, China’s leading human resources media company, as one of the total 14 enterprises including Manpower Group, Bayer China, SGS China and Dalian Wanda Group, the Best Social Enterprises in Greater China award.
JD launched a new air cargo route from Wuxi to Tianjin to Shenzhen, using freight Boeing 737-300F, which is the third all-cargo aircraft rented by JD Logistics for its air transportation business. The first flight took off on October 25th at 12:00 am. The addition of the new route further accelerates JD’s delivery services to customers in China’s three key economic areas: the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei Area, the Yangtze River Delta and the Great Bay Area of Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macau.