JD.com is the China's second largest e-commerce site
Also known as Jingdong and earlier 360buy, JD.com began as a CD-ROM sales agency, becoming an online mail-order business in 2004. Today, JD.com is the gold standard for online shopping due to its commitment to quality and authenticity, as well as its expansive product assortment, which ranges from fresh food and fashion to gadgets and cosmetics.
JD.com is the preferred partner for both domestic and international firms seeking to reach Chinese consumers online or offline. It offers a comprehensive suite of services to help businesses connect with Chinese consumers, including marketing, consumer targeting and big data analytics, shipping and warehousing, and financing.
JD.com is a significant competitor to Tmall.
JD.com maintains a stringent "zero-tolerance" policy for counterfeit items, and as a result, buyers trust JD since the brand represents authenticity.
JD.com is China’s largest retailer of consumer electronics and home appliances, as well as the largest e-commerce warehouse and delivery network for frozen and chilled products.
The unparalleled speed of JD.com is evident in its achievement rates where over 90 percent of orders are delivered same- or next-day. Its logistics infrastructure in China covers 99 percent of the country’s population.
Additionally, it is the world’s only e-commerce platform that offer small- to medium-sized warehousing, oversized warehousing, cross-border, cold chain delivery, frozen and chilled warehousing facilities, as well as B2B and crowdsourced logistics.
JD.com blends its direct sales approach, in which it controls the entire supply chain, with a marketplace that restricts the number of merchants to provide stringent quality control.