China’s parcel volumes hit 40bn in 2017

China’s parcel volumes hit 40bn in 2017

Chinese express firms delivered around 40bn parcels in 2017, according to the State Post Bureau.

This was about 28% up on the previous year.

The overall postal business is expected to reach 976bn yuan ($150bn), is a 32% increase year-on-year.

Postal infrastructure expanded steadily last year with over 1,000 storage and delivery centres built.

China’s e-commerce market was, of course, the primary drive for the surging parcel growth.

 

 

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