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China (Shenzhen) Cross-border E-commerce Fair 2022 postponed
The organisers of China (Shenzhen) Cross-border E-commerce Fair, which was originally scheduled to take place from 27 – 29 September 2022, have decided to push back the show dates in support of the government’s pandemic control measures. New show dates will be announced in due course.
As one of the largest trade fairs for the cross-border e-commerce industry in China, CCBEC expects to attract 2,500 exhibitors and over 100,000 visitors from across the country. In support of the government’s anti-pandemic measures, and to safeguard the health and safety of participants, the organisers have decided to defer the trade fair after consultations with key stakeholders. The organisers are now coordinating with the venue and all involved parties to confirm new show dates, with an eye to provide the most effective trade fair as possible for the cross border e-commerce industry. The organisers would like to express their thanks to participants for their ongoing support and understanding.More Information
Prepare yourself to ride a new cross-border e-commerce wave in the region
As a leader in the industry, China’s impressive growth in international e-commerce trade has been reflected in the number of import and export declarations passing through its cross border e-commerce management platform, with 2.45 billion customs declarations recorded in 2020, an increase of 63.3% year-on-year.
In addition to being a key part of the Greater Bay Area, Shenzhen is regarded as a leading hub in the e-commerce industry. International e-commerce has become a new driving force behind foreign trade in the city. With its favourable conditions, Shenzhen is developing rapidly in the fields of finance, innovative technology, as well as logistics and information technology, which has laid the perfect foundations for the international e-commerce industry. Taking place at the world-class Shenzhen World Exhibition & Convention Center, CCBEC is set to provide a full range of resources, services and business opportunities for industry players.
Under the influence of the pandemic, global supply chains have been heavily disrupted. As a result, traditional import and export trade has gradually moved into e-commerce in an attempt to solve conventional trade issues such as complicated logistics procedures, low shipment volumes and inadequate product variety. China (Shenzhen) Cross Border E-Commerce Fair 2022 will build an effective platform for small and medium sized export companies to solve these pain points, conduct business and exchange industry knowledge. The platform will also promote digitalisation in the traditional foreign trade industry.