JD.com Follows Amazon Shipping
Similar to Amazon, JD.com (Jingdong) now plans to offer distribution customer service to Chinese customers. The Chinese e-commerce firm will utilize its company app for logistics and distribution efforts. Corporate strategy has replicated Amazon in that internal infrastructure/technology mechanisms are available to other industries and shippers using the digital platform. “This marks the next step in leveraging the nationwide logistics network that JD has built over the past decade, to expand the range of services available to our users,” said Zhenhui Wang, CEO of JD Logistics.Parcel shipping will include electronics and other valued luxury goods. Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou customers may now send Jingdong products within mainland China.
- Emission Reduction
- Time Capture
- Reliable Travel for Goods to Destination
Based on a recent JD.com survey of urban professionals, 74% of respondents valued a same-day, reliable mechanism for product delivery. Customers may utilize both the JD.com app and WeChat for scheduling needs. Jingdong infrastructure is currently in place.JD.com recently launched an ancillary venture to develop automation technology and urban logistics. This initiative, a new research center in Xiongan, China, targets Smart cities in China. The Urban Smart Logistics Institute is tasked with:
- Urban Logistic Hub Planning
- Urban Logistics System Design
- Big Data Platforms
- Cloud Computing Platforms
- Environmentally-Friendly Logistical Solutions for Underground/Ground Systems
Both initiative are currently active. As China’s largest online retailer, JD.com is a member of the Fortune Global 500 and remains the country’s #1 e-commerce platform. Both local and international brands are offered through the digital website. With the advent of logistical delivery technology, Jingdong has brought all product lines to the Chinese consumer in real time. Same-day delivery value will be guaranteed. Products remain under warranty with customer satisfaction, similar to Amazon, driving the corporate model.