Southeast Asia’s eCommerce growth potential has been mentioned quite frequently, but it bears repeating that it’s set to grow fourfold to reach USD 240 billion by 2025 from its 2017 market value of USD 50 billion. Research from Paypal and Ipsos shows that Southeast Asian consumers have a taste for online goods bought from abroad, and love things they can’t get locally at a reasonable price.
One major source for these sorts of products is from China, as evidenced by online shopping platforms like Taobao and Tmall being popular in Southeast Asia. If your online store is sourcing from China, particularly from Shenzhen, we’ve got good news for you!
Janio now has a warehouse in Shenzhen! With this, we aim to make your Southeast Asian B2C order fulfilment from China faster and more efficient.
Our warehouse provides the following services:
Shenzhen’s strategic location places it near key airports. This means any of your products stored here will be uplifted pretty quickly
Pick and Pack –
Our pick and pack services can take the load off your shoulders. Our team will help you pick and assemble your parcels and package them to minimise risk of damage during delivery. Complete with shipping labels and commercial invoices.
First mile –
If you’re already holding inventory in Shenzhen and want to continue storing it in your own warehouse, you can still make use of our warehouse as a transportation hub.
If your inventory is held within the Shenzhen area, you can use our first mile services to schedule a pick up and let us take care of the rest.
This is in addition to our other initiatives such as our:
Janio’s always looking for ways to provide seamless end-to-end logistics solutions to businesses of all sizes, enabling you to scale and grow your business.
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