China’s B2B E-Commerce Jumore Ready to Help Indonesia’s Cross Border Export
Jumore, a China’s B2B e-commerce company, declared its commitment to help Indonesia’s export to China and other countries. Using Alibaba-like business model, Jumore has connected entrepreneurs from 127 countries and intended to facilitate the export of local entrepreneurs.
Ines, Jumore’ s International Affair Director, said that they’ve seen the Indonesian market as a potential one. However, in terms of export, mostly are still using a middleman. She thought, Indonesia’s top products, such as coal and palm oil, are quite in demand in Jumore Global platform.
“We’ve seen Indonesian market potential, but in terms of export, mostly are still using middlemen,” she said as quoted in Katadata.
She also said some of Indonesia’s products registered in Jumore platform, some of those has shown an increased demand, such as coffee, beans, and tropical fruit.
Jumore platform has started to provide solutions in 2015 and now make it to all of China’s provinces and other 127 countries. She explained Jumore’s difference with other platforms is the access to the supply chain that enables logistics to companies. In global, Jumore has recorded one million users with more than 50 million business database.
As quoted from the its official website, the Chairman, Eric Lu, has claimed Jumore would bring many positive impacts for companies in Indonesia.
“Jumore can’t only play a role in digital transformation enhancement of Indonesian companies, but also conducting comprehensive partnership with various industries,” he explained.
Original article is in Indonesian, translated by Kristin Siagian
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