In order to ensure the safety of delivery drivers, the local life services platform operated by major Chinese tech firm Meituan has announced it will put 100,000 smart safety helmets into use in Beijing and other cities this year.
Chinese electric vehicle (EV) company NIO delivered its first batch of ET7 vehicles to owners on Monday in Hefei, Anhui province, where the firm is headquartered.
Shipping firm SF Express announced on Tuesday that SF UAS, a logistics drone operator and R&D institution, had obtained a trial operation license and business license for regional logistics unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV).
JD Logistics, the shipping arm of Chinese e-commerce giant JD.com, announced on January 22 that at present, it has distributed about 20,000 new energy vehicles in more than 50 cities across the country.
Starbucks China on Tuesday announced a new cooperation agreement with Meituan, a domestic food delivery platform giant.
American robotics company Nuro issued an announcement on Wednesday regarding its third generation of pure electric driverless delivery vehicles, jointly designed and developed alongside Chinese automaker BYD.
The new product offering aims to address issues with telephone contact numbers, door-to-door delivery issues, and poor service attitudes that happen during traditional package delivery services.
China's State Post Bureau reported on Tuesday that between January 1 and 3, 920 million express parcels were collected, a year-on-year increase of 22.6%.
The People's Republic of China State Post Bureau, the National Development and Reform Commission and the Ministry of Transport jointly issued a notice titled “Postal Industry Development Plan during the 14th Five-Year Plan Period".
On Thursday, at Alibaba's Investor Day 2021, Wan Lin, CEO of Cainiao Network, said that Cainiao has continuously invested in global logistics infrastructure over the last eight years.
On December 12 this year, postal and express delivery enterprises in the country collected 460 million parcels, an increase of over 20% year-on-year and a new record high.
Chinese logistics giant SF Holding’s intra-city delivery subsidiary SF Intra-City announced on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKEx) that the offering price has been set at HK$16.42 ($2.11) per share.
ByteDance's Douyin recently launched its home delivery service. Merchants utilizing this function can directly provide door-to-door service for consumer orders for express delivery services.
Meituan and the Jinshan District Government of Shanghai jointly announced that China's first urban low-altitude logistics operation demonstration center has officially settled in Shanghai.
According to the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKEx), Hangzhou SF Intra-City Industrial Co., Ltd. (SF Intra-City) on Monday passed its listing hearing.