Online Marketing Celebrate its Anniversary in Style, otherwise known as Jingdong, celebrated its ‘6.18’ anniversary sales event in style with record breaking sales. is used to processing billions of orders, but in just seconds it sold millions of units of various items.’s 300 million customers love the fact that can deliver most items within one or two days.

Because of technology like the use of drones, Jingdong can deliver to 99% of China. The e-commerce giants is growing as more and more Chinese are looking for high quality products that can be delivered in a matter of hours. It is not just people in big cities, but also people from smaller areas that are looking for quality products.

Many young Chinese people are looking for the finest products from around the world. stocks fashions from around the world, and it has recently added Prada, Armani, and Ralph Lauren.

Young Chinese people are also more interested in their diets than previous generations, and Jingdong imports the finest food from every corner of the world. Customers also love the options has to buy products.

Along with the online empire, is also investing in offline locations around the country. They have new stores in airports and train stations in China, and also has outlets in malls. The mall sites bring farmers from around China into contact with customers.

One of the latest technologies is the use of vast amounts of data analysis. By studying shopping habits of its customers, Jingdong can single out buyers and offer them items they were unaware of. It means that people can find out about products that they might like but that they had not even heard about. It is perfect for as the company continues to add new items from around the world every day. The ‘6.18’ sales event showed that the Chinese desire for top quality items is not stopping anytime soon.

In an article with, “Google Invested 550 Million” with Jingdong. The partnership will include the promotion of products on Google’s shopping service. More details have now emerged that the partnership will also see Google selling its products on


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JD Logistics Future outlook for Industrial IoT and its application to increase productivity and speed


The industrial Internet of things —

Consider the first 3 Industrial revolutions that improved the human life and condition:

  • steam engine (powering trains & boats which moved products and goods from one location to another faster).
  • electricity (for appliances and homes), which provided lights and homes, and appliances to both protect and cook our food. As well as provide information, and entertainment to our TVs and radios of the day.
  • computer (powering our work productivity, cities, and the world wide web), making work easier, faster, and more efficient. Thereby providing information, news, and entertainment to our laptops, desktops, tablets and phones.

And now the fourth industrial revolution

  • Internet of Things – where the technology of IoTs (Internet Of Things) connects our devices such as cars, homes, phones, and appliances to communicate to each other through the Internet,

Industrial Internet of things connect and collect the information from machines (i.e, autonomous trucks, bull dozer, robots and such) and sends it (wirelessly) to manufactures, then to corporations, and then to their supply chains to be analyzed and then processed the data for better, faster and more efficient use in service to the customer, and optimized performance.

This also helps the manufactures build, maintain and services of the equipment to be better and faster through monitoring said data in a secure fashion.

Which means with the machines becoming smarter, then the manufactures gather the information/data in secure real-time, making decisions quicker, which means the product or service will be delivered quicker to the consumer possibly in real time of possible days, hours, or even minutes.

A faster product or service makes for a happy customer. Reducing risk and optimizing efficiency

Imagine tracking a product in real-time, not just as it goes from warehouse to truck to delivery to customer, but every single moment until it reaches a customer’s hands. Imagine further that warehouse robots can talk to each other, or think about autonomous trucks on the road doing that.

When you strategically deploy IIoT devices for jobs and work that is dangerous to humans, everyone benefits as the devices will operate at peak efficiency while allowing the humans to safely perform their tasks without any danger.

Importantly, successful deployment of IIoT helps make traditionally risky industries safer, such as those where manual labor and robotics are intimately connected. The greatest risks of IIoT deployments are system failures or downtime. While the true impacts of a mass roll-out of the 5G network still remain to be seen, the technology’s low latency, high speed and ability to support a broad spectrum of simultaneous connections are key to ensuring safe and efficient application of IIoT. Refer to This Article for related information.

China’s largest provider of retail products, JD Logistics ran under the business group works hard EVERYDAY to bring the products and goods to the customer through its logistical network, and using IIoT, which was an early proponent of this technology, recognizing the importance of combining innovation with this smart-technology was just naturally the next step in business evolution.

JD Logistics will be at the forefront leading the way for this 4th industrial revolution, bringing China and it’s people closer to a rich future that will involve Industrial IoTs (IioT). JD Logistics, forging the future.

In line with this new technology, also promote sustainability.

An article entitled “JD Launches New Green Initiatives in Partnership with WWF Earth Hour Movement”, discusses JD’s partnership with the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) this year in the ongoing support of the Earth Hour environmental movement, launching a range of initiatives that include country-wide recycling programs and sustainable green packaging.


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