JD.com Attends its First CES

 

JD.com is the world’s largest retailer. It is at the forefront of the green movement, and it is already using recyclable boxes, drones, and other technology as part of its initiatives. It will be attending its first CES events in Las Vegas, Nevada in 2019. JD.com has already been a pioneer in retail and delivery methods. In its next step, JD.com will be unveiling new technical innovations it has recently developed.

In the recent company’s blog “JD Delivery Stations Get Smart ahead of CES Debut”, JD has talked about the launch of two smart delivery stations in Changsha and Hohhot. These stations are currently undergoing further research and development, and the idea is to have delivery vehicles bring packages to consumers without the need for a driver and without the need for environmentally damaging fuel driven transport. Refer to This Article to learn more.

The service robots will be able to travel up to 5 kilometers. They will navigate through traffic, and they will be able to deliver up to 2,000 packages a day. Customers will be able to access their packages using facial recognition software. JD.com will bring their innovations to CES, and it will show how it will change the way retail is conducted throughout the world. People at the convention can see first-hand how JD.com has revolutionized the industry. They will even be able to see the technology JD.com staff wears in order to lift heavy products that need to be delivered.

JD.com does more than deliver packages with its drones. It also sends much needed medical supplies to hard to reach areas in China. In yet another effort to be environmentally conscious, JD.com will show how it is building much of its logistics underground. This will create more room above ground for parks and shops. CES will see how JD.com has developed a fully functional automatic retail center. With so many products available to consumers, it is important to be able to access and deliver products quickly. JD.com often does this within one day to 99% of people in China.

It is all part of the JD’s Boundaryless Retail vision, in which anyone can have anything delivered at any time. JD.com is proud to share their technology with the world at the 2019 CES.

 

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Jingdong Changes Brick And Mortar Book Shopping

Physical bookstores have been facing issues with sales for many years due to a lot of competition, especially online. JD.com is trying to help these book and mortar store despite them technically being their competition. In China, many book retailers are experiencing a sort of revival thank to the efforts of Jingdong.

 

As the biggest retailer in China, JD.com sells a large number of books through their digital platforms. Jingdong is working with 49 different bookstores across China in order to drive business to their stores and get customers in their doors. They are helping them with logistics, technology, and book ordering so they can carry the books that their customers are looking for. They are doing this as part of their “Retail as a Service” (RaaS) strategy. This strategy also includes assistant for other types of shops such as cell phone stores and restaurants.

 

The technology that JD.com has developed for their own supply chain is what is being used to help modernize these businesses that are participating in their “Retail as a Service” (RaaS) strategy. One of the problems that Jingdong found these bookstores were running into is an overcomplicated supply chain. One of the stores had more than 60 suppliers that they had to use before joining the RAAS strategy. With the help of JD.com, this particular retailer was able to grow their sales by 30% within less than a year.

 

One of the other problems that brick and mortar retail bookstores were having is the inability to stock every title that customers wanted from their stores. Unlike JD.com, they just had no way to store all of these titles at their location but they were able to offer a solution. At one of these shops, their customers can simply scan a QR code that will allow them to have the book that they are looking for in their hands within 24 hours. By working together, these bookstores are able to provide an endless selection for their customers to choose from. Jingdong benefits from this arrangement as they keep part of the profits from each sale that is made in this manner.

 

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