Global Sources and Globex to Jointly Launch Online System

January 10, 2017

 

Recently, NASDAQ-listed Global Sources and Shenzhen Globex e-Services Inc., an integrated e-commerce service provider, announced plans to co-develop an integrated electronic solution to allow more efficient cross-border trade between mainland China-based exporters and overseas buyers.

The new service, expected to launch in early 2017, will include electronic customs declaration and clearance; integration of customs, banking and shipment information; as well as completion of tax refund applications directly to the exporter’s account.

Oliver Wu, General Manager of Globex, commented, “We are excited to announce this planned partnership with Global Sources, a leading facilitator for global trade over the past 45 years. Our comprehensive e-commerce services, combined with Global Sources’ integrated export marketing offering, aim to provide buyers and suppliers with a more effective and efficient process to conduct trade.”

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