Arrange international shipping and documentation for sending parcels to China
Given the large Chinese communities around the world, we facilitate the shipping of a great number of parcels to this expansive country and we are happy to offer our customers incredibly cost-effective shipping rates via our global shipping marketplace. From students shipping back home whilst studying abroad to businesses shipping to major cities such as Guangzhou, Shanghai, Chongqing and Beijing, we are able to provide a courier service for all. China is well know to be the biggest exporter on the planet and has a rapidly growing economy, giant population and interestingly is the second largest importer in the world, so the potential for conducting business with customers in China is massive. As consumer income increases in China, more and more of the 1.35 billion population are looking to import goods from overseas. The availability of desirable goods, plus the ease of which they can be bought online from foreign retailers, has seen cross-border eCommerce increase to be worth $40 billion in 2015, and since then it has continued to grow. There is demand from the wealthy in China for the latest Western gadgets and fashion, all of which has to be shipped to Asia, whilst those in smaller towns and rural areas trust that if they buy goods from overseas locations and have them delivered door to door, they will get the real thing as opposed to counterfeit items. New and emerging distribution channels are being set up to cater for the demand, so shipping to China is becoming more effective, also driven by the more relaxed government laws. The volume of online sales in China now exceeds that in the US, and online sales are expected to grow 20% annually by 2020. There are 210 airports in China, vast road networks and good infrastructure so if shipping to major cities and towns, delivery will relatively quick if you book one of our premium carriers. Singles Day, on November 11th is now the largest eCommerce shopping day in the world, with 538 million internet users able to purchase online, meaning the amount of packages sent to China will continue to increase.