J&T Express says that its new J&T One Packet service is designed for customers looking to send small parcels from the Chinese Mainland to Europe and North America.
In a statement issued today (30 August), J&T Express said the service will leverage J&T International’s self-clearance service, self-built warehousing and self-owned terminals to provide customised logistics solutions.
J&T Tracking will track customers’ parcels and the delivery process will take between seven and 15 working days.
Charles Hou, Group Vice President of J&T Express, said: “Since our establishment seven years ago, J&T Express has seen rapid development of its cross-border business from international warehousing to cross-border small parcels, apart from the local express networks in 13 countries across the world. Coupled with global trade, especially cross-border e-commerce development, we constantly upgrade products and businesses to maximise value for our customers, and I believe by doing so, it will lay a strong foundation for the company’s sustainable and rapid growth.”