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YTO Express Group's 9-Month Net Profit Up 9.8% Y/Y
YTO Express' Courier Business Revenue Up 16.7% Y/Y In Sept
YTO Express Group Elects Yu Huijiao As Chairman
YTO Express Group Co., Ltd., formerly Dalian Dayang Trands Co., Ltd., is a China-based company principally engaged in the provision of courier delivery services. The Company’s main business includes domestic and international express, international cargo transportation forwarding, general cargo warehousing, domestic air transportation agent, car rental services, as well as supply chain management services. The Company operates its business in domestic market and overseas markets.
Harbin Road, Economic &
Technological Development Zone
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China's dominant e-commerce firm Alibaba Group Holding <BABA.N> raked in $23 billion worth of sales in the first nine hours of its annual Singles' Day shopping extravaganza on Monday, setting records as the event celebrates its 11th year.
China's dominant e-commerce firm Alibaba Group Holding raked in $23 billion worth of sales in the first nine hours of its annual Singles' Day shopping extravaganza on Monday, setting records as the event celebrates its 11th year.
China has banned the bulk shipment to Hong Kong of black clothing and other gear used by pro-democracy protesters, staff at Chinese courier firms said, amid four months of often violent unrest in the city.
China has banned the bulk shipment of black clothing and other items popularly used by Hong Kong protesters to the city, staff at Chinese courier firms said, as authorities grapple with often violent anti-government protests that have gripped the city.
Alibaba Group Holding Ltd will take a 14 percent stake in STO Express Co Ltd through a $693 million deal, the e-commerce giant's fourth significant investment in a Chinese courier company.
Deutsche Post DHL <DPWGn.DE> is selling its supply chain and logistics business in Greater China to S.F. Holding <002352.SZ> as the two companies enter a 10-year strategic partnership to foster growth in the region.
Chinese e-commerce firm JD.com Inc said on Thursday it would add a FedEx-style parcel delivery service to its e-commerce offerings, a move which could help the firm leverage its network of warehouses and drivers to bolster flagging profits.
Chinese e-commerce firm JD.com Inc said on Thursday it was launching a parcel delivery business, a move which could help the firm leverage its network of warehouses and drivers to bolster flagging profits.
Alibaba Group Holding Ltd's <BABA.N> logistics affiliate said on Wednesday that it would lead a joint venture to invest $1.53 billion (1.14 billion pounds) in a new logistics centre at Hong Kong's airport as part of its efforts to expand its global delivery network.
Alibaba Group Holding Ltd <BABA.N> on Tuesday said it has led a consortium of investors to buy about 10 percent of Chinese courier ZTO Express (Cayman) Inc <ZTO.N> for $1.38 billion, as part of the e-commerce firm's push into offline services.
Chinese logistics firm Best Inc priced its U.S. initial public offering at the bottom of expectations, raising $450 million after it revised terms of the deal to cope with tepid investor demand.
Best Inc, a Chinese logistics company backed by Alibaba Group <BABA.N>, is launching a U.S. IPO that is seeking about $930 million to fund an expansion of its supply chain network, develop new technology and open more convenience stores.
Best Inc, a Chinese logistics company backed by Alibaba Group <BABA.N>, said it aims to raise up to $750 million from an initial public offering in the United States, betting an e-commerce boom in China will spur demand for its package delivery services and supply chain...
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From buses and trucks to a $500 million golf resort, China is deepening its business footprint in Cuba, helping the fellow Communist-run state survive a crisis in oil-benefactor Venezuela and insulate against a possible rollback of U.S. detente.
Near-record pollution levels in parts of China this week proved a two-edged sword for the country's e-commerce titans: orders poured in for anti-smog products, but transport restrictions meant it was a challenge to get these delivered.
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