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JD.com Helps Smaller Companies

JD.com has been helping to build more sustainable businesses and improving consumer services everywhere by sharing the JD Cloud Warehouse Management Solution it launched back in December 2017. This solution has enabled small and medium-sized businesses in China to upgrade their supply chains so that they may handle an increased number of orders and serve a greater number of customers while enjoying improved efficiency.

 

This program has afforded partner companies access to JD.com’s years of experience in nationwide supply chain management and is a component of JD’s “Retail as a Service (RaaS) Strategy”, whose purpose is to open up the company’s infrastructure and technology to other companies and other industries, in addition to assisting partner companies lease out their vacant warehouse space, the effect of all this is the maximization of real estate space while making the whole logistics industry more efficient.

 

By leveraging and sharing its proprietary supply chain technology, nationwide Logistics network and grasp of the warehousing industry, JD.com has improved warehousing efficiency across manifold regions and businesses. To date, hundreds of partner warehouses are utilizing Jingdong’s solution, and the success stories are mounting. One partner company Juzi, an e-commerce fulfillment service provider, upgraded its existing warehouse with JD’s solution back in April of this year and saw the number of their orders rise by a staggering 400% as the number of its portfolio of brands tripled. Click Here for more information.

 

Another partner company Zhongshang, a warehouse operator based out of Sichuan, after upgraded its existing warehouse with JD’s solution expanded the number of its facilities to 400,000 storage units in only six months’ time and increased its ability to fulfill orders significantly, fulfilling over 8,000 orders on a daily basis.

 

 

JD.com is China’s largest e-commerce retailer. Jingdong was founded in the year of 1998 by Richard Liu Qiangdong to sell magneto-optical online, but quickly began to sell electronics, such as computers and cell phones. Richard Liu Qiangdong is an entrepreneur, who has turned JD.com into a Fortune Global 500 company. Richard Liu is also educated, having graduated from the Renmin University of China.

 

 

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