ITL Park becomes a magnet for e-commerce businesses
Xi'an International Trade and Logistic (ITL) Park has become a hot place for businesses who want to start or expand their e-commerce network.
The park attracted six key national e-commerce projects on Sept 21, when the 3rd China Western International E-commerce Conference getting underway in the park.
As part of the 2017 Euro-Asia Economic Forum, the conference attracted more than 500 government officials, representatives from over 100 e-commerce international and domestic enterprises and industry experts.
By relying on Chang'an internatinonl freight train, China-Europe train service and cross-border e-commerce platform, the park has constructed full-fledged logistic trade chains, which have also been extended to commodity B2B e-commerce businesses, fresh food e-commerce businesses and rural e-commerce businesses.
In the first half of 2017, the number of new e-commerce enterprises in the park reached 189, a year-on-year increase of 58.82 percent and the e-commerce turnover amassed to 30.42 billion yuan ($4.61 billion), 102.77 percent more compared to the same period last year.
Projects of XBN West China's operation center, Tewoo Group commodity B2B trade in West China, Lianliankan game operation center, Yeahmobi industrial park, Huangmajia fresh food project and Xiaopulaile national center were signed at the conference.
"The ILT Park's expertise and professional services has successfully attracted us to settle here. It is expected to generate a turnover of 10 billion yuan in 2020 upon the completion of the project," said Jiao Kun, chief operation officer of Xiaozhuang Internet Technology Co, an investor of Xiaopulaile.
The number of e-commerce businesses in the park is expected to exceed 1,000, with an annual turnover over 300 billion yuan. The park will become the biggest e-commerce industrial cluster in West China.
The 3rd China Western International E-commerce Conference opens in the ITL Park on Sept 21. [Photo/itl.gov.cn]
Source from China Daily