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Chongqing Cross-border E-commerce Platform Establishes Overseas Warehouses in the Netherlands

  On April 26, Chongqing Yuou Cross-Border E-commerce Co., Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as the "Yuou"), the parent company of the website www.xgqqg.com — the largest cross-border e-commerce platform in Chongqing, signed a warehouse lease agreement with the lessor in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, which marked that Chongqing's cross-border e-commerce enterprise has established overseas warehouses in EU countries for the first time.
  According to some sources, on one hand, the commodities stored in Yuou’s overseas warehouses located in Amsterdam, Netherlands will be sold to other Chinese cross-border e-commerce platforms; on the other hand, the commodities will be delivered to Chinese consumers through direct mails. In other words, it is more likely that Yuou's overseas warehouse is for serving import business.
  It was reported that Yuou's overseas warehouses are closely related to the business of its subordinated cross-border e-commerce platform — www.xgqqg.com. In 2015, the online transaction volume of the website was up to RMB 99,757,500, leading its competitors in Chongqing. In the Q1 of 2016, the website gained 197,200 cross-border e-commerce orders and realized online transaction volume of RMB 71,933,800, increasing by 14 times at the same period over the previous year. Under the circumstance of rapid growth, it is the right time for Yuou to establish overseas warehouses in its major imported region EU, so as to reinforce and improve its overseas supply chains.
  Ron Keller, Ambassador of the Netherlands to China and Guido Tielman, Consul General of the Netherlands in Chongqing attended the signing ceremony.
 

   

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