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JD.com launches new cargo charter services from China to Brazil and Europe

E-commerce giant has progressively launched cargo flights from China connecting Asia to Europe and the Americas.

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UPDATED: 22 Dec 2023, 4:45 am

Chinese e-commerce giant JD.com has started new cargo charter services from China to Brazil and Germany, which will be operated by Angola Airlines and Capital Airlines.

The new charter services, launched earlier this month, will see Angola Airlines connect Hong Kong International Airport and Guarulhos International Airport in São Paulo twice a week.

The inaugural flight carried a variety of e-commerce goods from China, including  fast-moving consumer goods, sports equipment and digital accessories, with local goods from Brazil shipped to China on the return trip.

JD.com said the Zhengzhou–Cologne route will set Bonn Airport as a hub and cover major European cities, including Frankfurt, Brussels, Liege, Amsterdam, London and Paris.

Capital’s first flight for JD.com carried Covid-19 rapid test kits manufactured in China.

Since 2021, the e-commerce giant has progressively launched cargo flights from China to Thailand, the US, the UK, Brazil and Germany, connecting Asia to Europe and the Americas.

JD Logistics, which controlled around 80 bonded and overseas warehouses by end-2021, owns storage facilities in Germany, Poland, the UK, The Netherlands and France, CLBrief reported.

 

UPDATED: 22 Dec 2023, 4:45 am

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