China’s Small Businesses Are Bagging Global Trade – And Logistics Is Helping
A savvy new era of e-commerce small businesses are challenging household names in global retail.
Being the largest online marketplace in the world isn’t without perks. Constant and swift innovation and highly sophisticated e-commerce models mean China’s retail brands are more than ready to compete with global household names.
And elsewhere in the world, recent cost-cutting measures have meant legacy brands are no longer able to guarantee the service levels or quality that keeps customers coming back.
As China rapidly transforms into a global manufacturing power, more Chinese brands are going global.
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Logistics is a challenge that can make or break
All cross-border companies tend to seek a solid logistics partnership. Allying with a highly efficient logistics enterprise - with a proven worldwide delivery network beyond domestic capability - is crucial if you are serious about acquiring market share in new geographies.
Since 2015, Worthfind has leaned on FedEx global reach and reliability. In today’s world, with customer expectations and need for speed at an all-time high, the ability to offer 1-3 working day deliveries anywhere in the world is a must-have for modern businesses. At FedEx, that’s the norm.
From crisis springs opportunity
Despite the decline in traditional export trade, cross-border e-commerce is experiencing an unexpected growth. Worthfind now sees huge potential in cross-border e-commerce in the post-pandemic era, and is looking to further expand into overseas markets with force. Other companies, unndoubtedly, are following suit.
A helping hand where it counts
Are you seeking a logistics partner that is flexible and innovative and really gets your business needs? Especially to help you navigate your options in a post-pandemic era? Learn more about how FedEx is helping customers – large and small – here.
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