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In January-July, the volume of mail traffic from Harbin to Russia increased 16 times

In January-July of this year, the volume of air mail from Harbin to Russian cities amounted to 1021 t, which is about 16 times more than in the same period last year, reports Xinhua News Agency.

It is reported that the reason is the rapid development of cross-border e-commerce.

The 2013 agreement between the city transport department and Ural Airlines provides for the opening of the Harbin-Yekaterinburg postal airline. Harbin is currently connected by air to eight Russian cities, including Khabarovsk, Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk, Yakutsk, Yekaterinburg and Krasnoyarsk. According to this indicator, Harbin airport is second only to Beijing Capital International Airport.

For the development of the Russian market, such major Chinese players of e-commerce and services as come365, foxmall, rubest, easybuy, etc., have established their representative offices in Harbin and have opened websites in Russian. In addition, two companies, including Alibaba, have set up specialized warehouses in the city.

According to the data, Harbin is the Chinese leader in terms of the volume of shipments to Russia of postal items. it accounts for 30 percent of China's total e-commerce with Russia.

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