Wenling inaugurates cross-border e-commerce industrial park
chinadaily.com.cn | Updated: 2022-07-11Print Print
The Wenling Cross-border E-commerce Industrial Park was recently inaugurated in Wenling, a county-level city in Taizhou, East China's Zhejiang province, according to local media reports.
The park will provide a string of services related to business operations, talent cultivation, finance and logistics for local cross-border e-commerce enterprises by teaming up with e-commerce behemoths including Amazon and eBay.
Intenegy is among the first group of 22 companies that have settled in the park.
Some products created by Intenegy have been among the bestsellers in their categories on the international marketplace run by Alibaba Group, according to Zhang Jun, the company's general manager.
The COVID-19 epidemic has catalyzed the growth of the online market, giving cross-border e-commerce a bigger space for development, noted Zhang, adding that Intenegy's cross-border e-commerce exports in the first half of this year doubled compared to the same period last year.
Wenling was ranked 18th on the 2022 list of top 100 counties (districts) in China in terms of e-commerce competitiveness, according to a recent report released in May.
There are presently more than 700 companies involved in cross-border commerce in the city. In 2021, its exports via cross-border e-commerce platforms topped 1.1 billion yuan ($169.23 million), official statistics show.
Wenling's pump and motor industrial cluster has been included in a provincial program for cross-border e-commerce development. Two local companies have been honored as provincial models for robust development in that regard.