Hong Kong fulfillment is one of the most popular option when overseas companies sell products cross-border into mainland China.
Not only can fulfillment centers help you reduce shipping lead times, they’re often efficient and offer competitive shipping rates.
In this article, Vince Poon from ZhenHub explains how it works when shipping cross-border from Hong Kong to China. It’s an established fulfillment center with warehouses in almost a dozen countries.
Vincent, please introduce yourself and your work at ZhenHub in Hong Kong.
I’m the CEO of ZhenHub, a single dashboard terminal that helps you fulfill and ship your goods globally.
Here, you can get quotes, execute your shipments, communicate with your shipper and manage your inventory all in a single location.
Our terminal allows easy communication and our customers to automate their fulfillment and shipping. We also provide business intelligence and analytics around costs, delivery times and easy view of all documentation required for each shipment.
Before ZhenHub, my background was in the legal field and consulting. I saw a lot of issues within the supply chain, for example:
- No visibility of pricing
- No visibility over where shipments are located
- Slow communication
After working with eCommerce companies, dropshippers and different brands for the last 8 years, I realized these problems meant the survival or growth of a successful eCommerce business.
This all flows down to how well your business is serving its customers.