JD.com announces new parcel delivery service for Chinese consumers
JD.com announced that it opened its logistic network to consumers last week with its new parcel delivery service. "Now people across China can use JD's service to send parcels around the country, marking the first entry by an e-commerce company into that nation's parcel delivery business," the company stated. Users who live in Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou can now use JD's app to arrange to send items intracity and throughout Mainland China, JD stated. The company said it aims to expand the program to include high-value items like luxury products and high-end consumer electronics. Additionally, JD hopes to offer consumers residential and business deliveries for shipments from nearly any point to any other within Mainland China in the future.