In an effort to improve delivery effectiveness and ensure the stability of industrial and supply chains, Chinese e-commerce and logistics enterprises are stepping up their efforts to develop logistical infrastructure and expand delivery networks in Europe. In an effort to strengthen its position on the continent, Ochama, the omnichannel retail brand in Europe owned by Chinese e-commerce giant JD, recently announced the expansion of its home delivery services into 19 more nations.
Ochama is a retailer that offers a retail concept that combines online and offline buying experiences. It was first introduced in the Netherlands in January 2022. Through the Ochama app, customers may enjoy the ease of ordering goods online for a variety of goods like food, consumer electronics, beauty products, and maternity and newborn products.
Ochama is a retailer that offers a retail concept that combines online and offline buying experiences.
It offers door-to-door delivery in addition to pick-up services. Ochama’s home delivery service will now be available throughout a network of 24 nations after combining with services already offered in the Netherlands, Luxembourg, Belgium, France, and Germany. Ochama currently runs a 20,000 square metre warehouse in the Netherlands with AGV (automatic guided vehicle) robots that greatly increase sorting efficiency, as well as more than 500 pick-up stations throughout Europe.
It offers door-to-door delivery in addition to pick-up services.
Prior to delivery to their ultimate locations, all orders will be packed at Ochama’s automated warehouse in the Netherlands. The logistics division of Chinese digital giant Alibaba Group Holding Ltd., Cainiao Network, is likewise moving more quickly to establish logistical networks and improve its service in Europe.
It has expanded its last-mile delivery network in Spain, providing two-day delivery service in more than 20 additional Spanish cities in addition to next-day delivery in nine major cities, including Barcelona and Madrid. Cainiao’s investments in sophisticated logistics infrastructure, such as automated sorting facilities and parcel lockers, have strengthened the delivery network.
Cainiao’s investments in sophisticated logistics infrastructure, such as automated sorting facilities and parcel lockers, have strengthened the delivery network.
In order to provide customers with quicker, more effective, and carbon footprint-reducing experiences, the firm has established a network of about 500 parcel lockers in Madrid and Barcelona. The logistics behemoth SF Express’ airline, SF Airlines, has made significant investments in growing its freighter fleet and offering air cargo services in Europe. In July, it began flying goods between Frankfurt, Germany, and Ezhou, a province in Hubei.