support the export of small, medium-sized and micro enterprises, and FedEx improves efficiency and reduces costs for China's cross-border e-commerce



Zhou Jian reported that FedEx recently upgraded its export cross-border e-commerce services in South China. Relying on the relevant policies of cross-border e-commerce enterprise to enterprise (B2B) export supervision pilot implemented by China Customs, FedEx can provide more efficient and convenient customs clearance services for B2B export goods of cross-border e-commerce enterprises through its Guangzhou and Xiamen operation ports

FedEx introduced that the new cross-border e-commerce supervision mode is applicable to the goods directly exported by cross-border e-commerce B2B and exported by cross-border e-commerce to overseas warehouses. After customers register and connect with the system at the local customs, their export goods will enjoy convenient customs clearance measures such as simplified declaration, priority inspection and return account management. Compared with the previous cross-border e-commerce export methods, customers no longer need to pack and paste waybills for goods separately, but can export in batches, so as to improve efficiency and save costs. At the same time, FedEx can provide enterprises with a variety of logistics services such as customs transit, direct port export and national customs clearance integration, so as to further reduce the transportation time

Chen Jialiang, President of FedEx China, said: "FedEx has been fully supporting and cooperating with the innovation and reform work of the customs. It is committed to providing convenient and efficient customs clearance services for China's cross-border e-commerce enterprises and jointly promoting the high-quality development of China's cross-border e-commerce industry. This innovative model will particularly benefit small and medium-sized enterprises, which generally have large export volume but low unit price. The new customs clearance method can further reduce their logistics costs, improve customs clearance efficiency and help small and medium-sized enterprises Micro enterprises rapidly expand overseas markets. "

FedEx actively cooperated with the pilot work of Xiamen Customs and became the first international express enterprise to provide this service. Zhou Xiaoming, deputy general manager of supply chain of an e-commerce Co., Ltd. in Xiamen, said: "the new cross-border e-commerce B2B export supervision pilot of the customs is another important measure to promote the healthy development of new business forms of cross-border e-commerce, which provides great convenience for our cross-border e-commerce enterprises. Thanks to the exclusive service of FedEx, we have the opportunity to be one of the first pioneers in the transformation of foreign trade into cross-border e-commerce. I am looking forward to future development opportunities. "

the General Administration of Customs of China issued an announcement on June 12, 2020 and decided to carry out the pilot reform of cross-border e-commerce B2B export supervision in ten customs, including Xiamen and Guangzhou customs, from July 1. In addition to Guangzhou and Xiamen, FedEx plans to further promote this service to more port operation cities

e-commerce is one of the main driving forces of China's economic growth. With its huge global network, FedEx helps Chinese enterprises, especially small and medium-sized enterprises, enter the global market more quickly by continuously developing and improving export-related services and tools

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