Shenzhen Customs Helps Cross-Border E-Commerce B2B Export

On July 1, under the control of Shenzhen Customs, 550 bath basins were exported by CAINIAO Network to its overseas warehouse in Indonesia by the pilot means of “cross-border e-commerce B2B export”, marking the upgrade of cross-border e-commerce export to the business-to-business form in support of foreign trade. 


The “cross-border e-commerce B2B export” has two types: one is direct export of goods from domestic businesses to overseas businesses by cross-border logistics based on their mutual deals over a cross-border e-commerce platform; the other is export of goods by a domestic business to its overseas warehouse, from which the goods are then delivered to overseas buyers based on their deals over a cross-border e-commerce platform.


Compared with traditional export mode, cross-border e-commerce B2B export is advanced in informatization, traceable in trade data, and given many supports including one-off registration, simplified declaration, expedite clearance, prior inspection and customs transit, enjoying paperless processes and automatic release.  


According to CAINIAO Network, its overseas warehouse service is fast growing at abroad due to low cost, timely delivery, after-sales support and helpful to Chinese exports.


In support of cross-border e-commerce B2B export, Shenzhen Customs actively provides qualified enterprises with policy guidance, expedite registration, special liaison, reservation services, and improvement in data transmission capacity.


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