On Earth Day on Friday, Chinese delivery services and logistics company SF Express launched the industry's first "Zero Carbon Future" project.
SF Airlines' Western China headquarters will be located in Chengdu's Shuangliu District. It is estimated that the fleet will reach more than 50 airplanes within the next 10 years.
Shipping firm SF Express announced on Tuesday that SF UAS, a logistics drone operator and R&D institution, had obtained a trial operation license and business license for regional logistics unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV).
ZTO Freight completed a B round of financing exceeding $300 million. The fresh funds will be used to increase investment in information system R&D, new infrastructure construction and professional talent.
The three-year exclusive cooperation between Starbucks and Ele.me will expire on December 31 this year. As a result, Starbucks is seeking new partners in the Chinese mainland market.
The real-time monitoring data of parcels and express packages handled by China's State Post Bureau showed that delivery volume in China reached 100 billion units in 2021.
Chinese bike-sharing giant Hello Inc. announced that it had reached a strategic cooperation agreement with SF Express's SF Intra-City.
Phoenix-Wings, a cargo drone company owned by SF Express, announced that it had completed an A round of financing for several hundred million yuan.
On October 28, SF Express (Group) Co., Ltd. reported its 2021 Q3 results, showing that its revenue in the period totaled 47.517 billion yuan ($7.43 billion), a year-on-year increase of 23.53%.
Chinese logistics giant SF Express unveiled its unmanned delivery vehicle in Suzhou, Jiangsu Province. The vehicle is equipped with intelligent containers and interactive terminals.
A subsidiary of leading Chinese logistics firm SF Holding, Tongcheng Industrial Co., Ltd., submitted a listing application to the Hong Kong stock exchange on Wednesday, aiming to gain a leg up in the intensifying price war across the industry.
On Thursday, SF Express Holding announced that it suffered heavy financial losses in the first quarter of 2021.
Several days ago, one of China’s largest delivery companies, SF Express, launched a new platform "Fengshi", which focuses on food delivery services for enterprises.
In May 2019, SF adjusted its product strategy to increase business volume and launched new products specifically designed for the e-commerce market and customers.
SF Express Co., Ltd, China’s biggest delivery service company, completed a public test flight on Oct. 16 with its new unmanned delivery drone, named Feihong-98, in cooperation with China Aerospace Times Electronics Co., Ltd, an aerospace electronics products manufacturer.