There were over 2,000 cross-border e-commerce enterprises in China on record according to China General Administration of Customs.
Customs supervision system has realized data share with China online shopping websites; and it takes less than 5 minutes from ordering and payment to customs examination and clearance.
The total number of mainland Chinese cross border online shoppers reached 18 million 78% of which are mobile shoppers. The total export and import value of cross-border pilot e-commerce enterprises in China was RMB700 million (US$112.4 million) and RMB740 million (US$118.8 million) respectively during the period from July 2013 to November 2014.
Kuajingtong, the first cross-border e-commerce enterprises granted by Chinese government, aims at becoming the official and standard cross-border e-commerce platform. Kuajingtong, supported by Shanghai Customs, Shanghai Entry-Exit Inspection and Quarantine Bureau and State Administration of Foreign Exchange, has the advantage in product authentic guarantee, competitive pricing, transparent taxes, convenient logistics and customer service.
Amazon launched direct shipping for China cross-border online shoppers in October 2014 which can help consumers quickly deal with customs clearance procedures, and provide a standard, accelerated, and express delivery services.
Suning also launched its U.S. e-commerce website targeting Chinese cross-border shoppers looking to buy American products.