UPS has been operating in the Asia-Pacific region for more than 30 years. In the opinion of Lauren Zhao, Managing Director of UPS Hong Kong and Macao, the availability of a large, well trained talent pool and the rapid development in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area are poised to fuel the expansion of cross-border logistics services. More
Online sales channels, including B2C marketplaces and social media, have become a new force in the toys and games industry in Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand. Given the young and tech-savvy consumers in these ASEAN countries, e-commerce offers an ideal sales platform for Hong Kong toys and games suppliers. More
In response to trade friction between Mainland China and the United States, exporters in Hong Kong are proactively finding their way out, Hong Kong Trade Development Council Director of Research Nicholas Kwan said when announcing the HKTDC’s latest export outlook. More
In a move likely to benefit Hong Kong's e-commerce operators, Russian customs authorities are now to receive details of the contents and value of inbound, Mainland China-origin packages, as well as having the statutory right to verify the accuracy of all such information. More
The State Council’s recently-issued Several Opinions on Promoting the High-Level Opening Up and High-Quality Development of Comprehensive Bonded Zones aims to accelerate the overall upgrade of the mainland’s comprehensive bonded zones. More
The fragmented and out-of-date information and communications technology used in the logistics industry, and efforts to rectify it, are common themes at industry forums, such as the Asian Logistics and Maritime Conference.
Guangdong has announced plans to expand its local express delivery capacity, with the aim of being able to handle up to 17 billion parcels per annum by 2020, with the sector then expected to generate revenue of some RMB200 billion on an annual basis. More