Sep 11, 2020|

Photo Gallery: This Week at JD (September 7-September 11)


On an industry summit held on September 8th, Bo Ye, general manager of JD’s kitchenware products said that the dishwasher market saw very strong sales growth during and after the pandemic. From the beginning of this year, sales of dishwashers on JD increased 65% YOY.


JD Health announced to launch an Internet-based respiratory center focused on integrating online and offline medical resources and services for patients on September 9th. The respiratory center will be headed by Jiangtao Lin, a renowned respiratory expert and professor of the Department of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine at China-Japan Friendship Hospital in Beijing.


JD Reading showcased its e-reader device JDRead and Hissense 15 mobile phone with e-ink at the 4th Online Literature + Conference. Developed by JD Reading, the JDRead e-reader is equipped with a 6-inch 300ppi e-ink screen and eight built-in reading lights. Thanks to JD Reading’s VIP card, readers will have free access to up to 180,000 e-books.  JDRead can also be connected with external speakers via Bluetooth for listening in audio mode while driving or doing other activities.


At the 2020 China International Fair for Trade in Services (CIFTIS), Shengqiang Chen, JD Digits CEO and Dr. Bowen Zhou, JD Chair of Technology Committee, shared about the future of intelligent business, driven by technology innovation. Learn more:


JD Super,’s online supermarket, announced that it expects to achieve annual sales of over RMB 800 billion yuan in 2023 during a virtual press conference for 9.9(September 9th) JD Super Festival, which marks the founding of JD Super. During the virtual event, JD Super also launched its “TOUCH +” strategy that focuses on omnichannel expansion, which involves integrating the different ways people enjoy shopping—online or offline.


Yongjun Tian, a local fisherman in Hainan, and other local fisherman, sold nearly 10 tons of products in just two days through JD Fresh during fishing season, which began early September. Prior to the epidemic, Tian’s annual revenue could reach RMB 200,000 yuan. Due to the outbreak of COVID-19, however, Tian’s export orders from Europe, North America and Middle East went down sharply. Through partnering with JD, the fishermen sales have increased 180% y-o-y, helping them get through the pandemic. announced on September 8th that the company will join hands with Henan Civil Aviation Development & Investment Co., Ltd. (HNCA) to expand the intercontinental air cargo network in Europe and America.