JD .com is an online shopping mall that deals in electronics and many other commodities. It was started by a Chinese entrepreneur called Richard Liu Qiangdong. JD.com was mainly created to curb the inaccessibility challenge that the business was facing. Richard thought it wise to conduct business online and have products delivered to clients worldwide. This way, he would be able to reach a wider market and at a faster rate making more profit. The company greatly relies on the internet. Employees have the responsibility of updating the company’s profile and website. Clients can then access the shop’s website easily and conveniently as the app is available to even mobile sets.
One of their major breakthroughs of JD.com came in when Gieves &Hawkes opened a store on Jingdong. Gieves & Hawkes is a prestigious brand well known for dressing celebrities including Prince William. Kent & Curwen that partners with David Beckham also has a store on Jingdong. With these and more prestigious brands on board, the online shopping mall is growing to greater achievements in the investment industry.
The company has always been cautious when it comes to taking care of the environment. Being an online venture, delivery is a major part of transaction. Recently, JD.com launched packaging products that can be used over and over again. This way, their packaging will not be a source of pollution to the environment as clients will reuse them rather than disposing them off. In order to promote the use of these boxes that customers return to JD.com after receiving their orders, the shop awards points that can be redeemed for items at the shop.
Jingdong is also trying to ensure that their delivery vehicles emit very minimal carbon in the air during transportation. For this reason, the company uses hydrogen powered cars. These cars have been seen operating in Shanghai. Mid this year, they also purchased around fifty vehicles that are solar powered. All these efforts are geared towards ensuring a pollution free delivery process. See Related Link for more information.
Jingdong has gone further by launching an institute to help control traffic and regulate the pollution vehicles cause in urban areas. The e-commerce giant has been faithful to implementing green practices in their logistics network, having rolled out the Green Stream Initiative back in 2017