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New Year's e-commerce boom with Russia started in Harbin

According to the newspaper "Harbin Daily", starting from the second decade of November, about 20 tons of parcels are delivered to Harbin from different parts of China on average daily, which are then sent to Russia by direct flight, the Xinhua news agency writes today.

In this regard, with 17 November, the frequency of direct cargo charter flights from Harbin to Russia increased from three per week to five, and from next week the aircraft will depart from here daily.

Peng Yu, director of operations at the Harbin branch of Heilongjiang international logistics company "Ruston", said that by 14:00 the sorted parcels are delivered to the airport in five trucks, and by evening they are loaded onto a plane, which then goes to the Russian city of Yekaterinburg.

On average, it takes 5-10 working days to deliver cargo from Harbin to the final recipient. "Most packages arrive in a week, which is much faster than before," he said.

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