“Cross-border e-commerce + overseas warehouse” not only means extending the e-commerce platform to the overseas market, but also vividly interprets the local operation of the overseas market. (The commercial mode of “cross-border e-commerce + overseas warehouse” created initially by OKorder breaks through the traditional mode by information-based means. The overseas buyers can purchase the client’s products online in virtue of OKorder’s cross-border e-commerce platform and then convey and distribute the products by OKorder’s local overseas warehouse and logistics systems within the world range).
The lower logistics cost of the overseas warehouse and the fast delivery speed contribute to higher gross profits.
The overseas warehouse also makes it possible to infinitely expand the space of the product varieties of OKorder, and lays a solid foundation for further expansion of the platform scale.
Depending on the complete overseas marketing network established in the main markets around the world and the “localization” operation policy of several years, OKorder has set up overseas companies in the U.S., Russia, UAE, Germany, Vietnam, India and Indonesia and promoted the “localization” operation strategy gradually. OKorder’s strategic layout of overseas warehouse has covered the key markets throughout the world and will be further expanded to main countries and regions around the world. More than ten overseas warehouse projects have been formally initiated in 2014, including those in South America (Brazil, Chile), Europe (Russia, Germany), Asia-Pacific Region (Burma, Indonesia and Vietnam) and Middle East (Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Qatar, Oman and Bahrain).
Located in Jebel Ali Free Trade Zone in Dubai, UAE, OKorder Dubai Logistics Park covers an area of 50,000 m2 and radiates the emerging market covering 1.5 billion people in South Asia, West Asia and Africa. It provides OKorder cooperators with the transit trade, a complete bonded warehousing for spot sales and local logistics distribution service in the Middle East and Africa. With the gradual development of business in Middle East, construction plan of overseas warehouse in the Middle East will be gradually expanded and finally cover GCC (UAE, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Bahrain and Kuwait).