Globalegrow: Developing cross-border e-commerce and improving logistics system
SHENZHEN, China, March 20, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- As an e-commerce enterprise dedicated to selling China's commodities to overseas markets, Globalegrow developed rapidly last year. A number of e-commerce websites of this enterprise are focused on fast fashion brands for 18~25 year-old young ladies. By virtue of their fashionable styles and favorable prices, the websites are so popular among women all over the world.
In 2016, Globalegrow had an annual increase over 100% in terms of revenue. Meanwhile, the enterprise has recently organized their logistics specialists to find a new solution. On March 15th, a project named "Regulation on Globalegrow logistics warehousing and distribution Version 2.0" was confirmed, with an increased logistics budget and a goal to improve the efficiency of order-processing system.
Sandy Zheng, the customer service representative of ZAFUL remarked: "Since some customers chose the surface mail astheir delivery method, it may require a longer delivery time. In addition, customs clearance of goods in the US and the express company's overloaded warehouse during that period also lead to delayed delivery." ZAFUL has compensated some of the client for their unpleasant shopping experience.
In the interview, Jerry Zhang, an employee of ZAFUL, said that in the past two years, China's cross-border e-commerce business has grown rapidly that international logistics and delivery could hardly catch up with the pace. This significantly affected the users' cross-border shopping experience. In the future, we will provide consumers with more options in terms of delivery methods. Furthermore, our company will provide more overseas warehouses as well as more non-stop flights. Meanwhile, we will further optimize our 24-hour automatic warehousing management system and cooperate with suppliers of better packages. Like this, we will try our best to make consumers' shopping experience better."
Globalegrow is a cross-border e-commerce enterprise from China. It owns a number of e-commerce websites, including ZAFUL, Sammydress and Rosegal, and spreads its business in many countries in North America and Europe. In 2017, Globalegrow will pay more attention to fashion trends and closely follow up these trends to provide consumers with high-quality fashion apparels with favorable prices.
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