JD Worldwide, the international business of JD.com (Jingdong), launched a cross-border B2B platform Joybuy on June 18 2022. Joybuy connects overseas merchants with high-quality Chinese factories through the company’s selected supplier network.
JD Worldwide Introduction, News & Insights
Launched in April 2015, JD Worldwide offers international merchants the ability to tap into the Chinese market without a physical presence in China. The cross-border e-commerce platform enables Chinese customers to purchase products from other countries with the ease and convenience that they expect from JD.com.
- infant & mom
- health supplements.
Best-selling origin countries
- the U.S.
- A fully digital process that takes as little as 10 min
- High-volume products are stored in bonded warehouses, enabling same and next-day delivery in cities
- Orders are delivered via JD’s unparalleled nationwide last-mile delivery network
- Access regions of China with bonded warehouses in cities such as Shanghai, Tianjin, and Guangzhou
- Overseas warehouses in Hong Kong, Tokyo, Osaka, Amsterdam, Bangkok, Incheon, Melbourne, London, and Jakarta
Consumer goods imports to China grew 8.2% in 2020, reaching RMB 1.57 trillion yuan (US $242.1 billion), according to China’s Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM). JD.com’s cross border import e-commerce platform JD Worldwide saw a total sales increase of 50% during the Singles Day Grand Promotion 2020. A driving force: “Be kind to yourself” Popular categories […]
JD Worldwide has recently expanded its strategic partnership with The a2 Milk Company, the renowned ANZ region dairy brand. The strengthened partnership will see JD help a2 Milk bring more high-quality dairy products to the Chinese market through tailored marketing campaigns in both online and offline channels, and the exploration of more innovative marketing strategies.
China’s cross-border import retail e-commerce market grew by 36% to US$16.86 billion in Q4 2018. Tmall Global and NetEase Kaola together account for 56.2% of China’s cross-border import retail B2C market. China’s General Administration of Customs reported that the import and export cleared by customs’ cross-border retail e-commerce platform totaled 134.7 billion (US$19.82bn) in value […]
China’s cross-border import retail e-commerce market totaled US$12.14 billion in Q3 2018 with a negative growth of 16.2% quarter-on-quarter. The top platforms Tmall Global, NetEase Kaola kept expanding while both JD Worldwide and Vipshop Global saw a slight decline. China’s cross-border import retail e-commerce market reached 84.26 billion yuan (US$12.14 bn) in Q3 2018, a decline […]
The retail sales of China’s cross-border import e-commerce down by 21.9% to 82.1 billion yuan (US$12.86 billion) from Q4 2017. Tmall Global remains in the top spot with a market share of 27.8% followed closely by NetEase Kaola. This quarter didn’t see much change in the ranking of cross-border B2C platforms in China. Tmall Global […]
Cross-border e-commerce has increasingly become a mainstream way for Chinese consumers to access imported goods without traveling abroad or paying large markups at domestic supermarkets. Over the past few quarters, it has shown explosive growth, led by JD Worldwide, Tmall Global, and specialty platform Netease Kaola. China’s cross-border e-commerce retail market reached 81.57 billion yuan […]
Part 2 of 2 in CIW’s report on cross-border e-commerce in China (Part 1). The retail cross-border e-commerce segment makes up a significant fraction of the cross-border e-commerce market, with its 3.05 trillion yuan (US$ 457 billion) revenue accounting for 48.5% of 2016’s total 6.3 trillion yuan (US$944.5 billion) of China’s cross-border e-commerce market. Thus far in […]
E-commerce enterprises in China have taken an increasing role spearheading cross-border commerce in goods and services between China and other nations. As consumers within the country have become more affluent, some enterprises have begun importing increasing amounts of high-quality consumer goods from abroad while others provide platforms for importers to sell goods B2C and C2C.
The total transactions of China cross-border e-commerce market reached 6.3 trillion yuan (US$920 billion) in 2016, including retail and B2B according to a Chinese research company iiMedia. And, it’s expected to reach 8.8 trillion yuan (US$1.28 trillion) in 2018.