WWL Took Part in 2017 China International Electronic Commerce Expo
Update time: 2017-04-27

2017 China International Electronic Commerce Expo (CIECE) kicked off at Yiwu International Expo Center of Zhejiang Province in April 2017. As the biggest annual expo of its kind in china, 2017 CIECE attracted the participation of more than 30 countries and regions around the world and 1076 enterprises of 18 provinces (cities) in China. 2017 CIECE showed intensively the latest achievements of e-commerce research and application at home and abroad, the latest technologies and products, as well as enterprises of the full e-commerce industrial chain including e-commerce platforms, financial payment, logistics and express delivery, technological supports, data services and excellent online products. It’s the first time for Worldwide Logistics Group (WWL) to attend the expo. Under the leading of Patrick Mao, general manager of Air Freight Division of WWL, and supported by its branch in Yiwu and the E-commerce Department, the key workers of WWL displayed the company’s sea and air freight strength and held talks with some important clients.

After years of development, WWL has accumulated strong strength in terms of international logistics. To gear to the economic development trend and grasp the opportunity of rapid development of the e-commerce business, the E-commerce Department of WWL was established in 2016, marking the group officially entering the e-commerce logistics field and making it an important development strategy of itself. After nearly one year’s positive expansion, WWL has established good cooperation relationships with several e-commerce firms. The total e-commerce load is expected to occupy 20%-30% of the total sea and air freight load by the end of this year, boasting a promising prospect.

During the talks, WWL gave a reception to its old and new clients and cooperation partners around the world, fortifying the current cooperation relationships with them and positively expanding the new business opportunities and connections. The success gave another boost to involvement of WWL in the e-commerce market since its success in the Australian market, laying a solid foundation for the firm to seek further development in the e-commerce sector.

Patrick Mao (right), general manager of Air Freight Division of WWL, and Wang Xiang (middle), manager of Yiwu branch of WWL at the Expo site