Xinjiang's Alashankou port sees surging cross-border e-commerce business
The customs of Alashankou Port said over 7 million cross-border e-commerce packages, with a value of over 15 million U.S. dollars, have been exported via the port so far this year.
The daily average of cross-border e-commerce packages exported via the port has exceeded 110,000 since the cross-border e-commerce business was launched in the inland port in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region in January last year.
Alashankou Port is the nearest railway port in China to the European Union. Cross-border e-commerce packages exported through Alashankou Port are mainly toys, furniture, clothing and daily commodities.