SF Express

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SF Express (Group) Co., Ltd.
顺丰速运(集团)公司
Private
Industry Air Freight and Logistics
Founded 1993 (1993)
Founder Wang Wei
Headquarters Shenzhen, Guangdong, China
Area served
Greater China (incl. Mainland China, Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan), Korea, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, U.S.
Products International express delivery and related services
Revenue CN¥21.65 billion
Number of employees
240,000 as of January 2014
Subsidiaries SF Airlines
Website SF-Express.com/us/en/

SF Express (Group) Co., Ltd. (Chinese: 顺丰速运(集团)有限公司; pinyin: Shùnfēng Sùyùn (Jítuán) Yǒuxiàn Gōngsī) is a Chinese delivery services company based in Shenzhen, China.[1] It is one of the two leading couriers in China[citation needed], and provides domestic and international express delivery solutions to a wide array of customers. SF Express has a fleet of 31 cargo aircraft, of which 13 are owned by its subsidiary SF Airlines.

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SF Express, China's largest private delivery services firm in the mid-end market, is expanding its business in the supply chain where it builds e-commerce platforms in the upstream and trying to earn a share of the e-commerce logistics market, while also growing operations at its community stores, the Guangzhou-based Southern Weekly reports.

Since May, SF Express has opened at least 500 Heike — an online shopping service community store, across all Chinese provinces — except for in Tibet and Qinghai. The company plans to open 4,000 Heike stores nationwide in 2014. [2]

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http://www.life.com.tw/?app=view&no=94523

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