Search & CNIS Sign MOU to Set Standards for Cross-Border e-Commerce

By siliconindia   |   Thursday, November 29, 2018
Print Print Email Email, one of the leading cross-border e-commerce platforms serving the world’s small and medium size enterprises announces a signed Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with The China National Institute of Standardization (CNIS). The MOU will begin a dedicated standardization research group that focuses on the field of cross-border e-commerce.

With approximate global buyers of 19 million from 222 countries and regions, is one of the largest B2B cross-border ecommerce marketplaces that offer global importers with top quality products at economical prices. Founded in 2004, it connects micros, small and medium sized retailers from every corner of the world with high quality manufacturers. Qiu Yueming, Vice President, DHgate, says, “I'm delighted that CNIS has this opportunity to work with DHgate on promoting cross-border e-commerce standardization in China. DHgate has achieved a great deal in the field of cross-border e-commerce, and it is our hope that, together, we can reach new heights".

With the help of DHgate’s deep sector expertise, advanced technology, and strong position, both companies will study and evaluate processes relating to managing merchants, commodities, buyers, transactions, disputes and customer service, to build and promote cross-border e-commerce standards globally. The partnership will draw on DHgate’s decade-long experience and insight, with the ultimate aim of addressing these issues and helping to lower the international trade that SMEs face.

Commenting on the MOU, Diane Wang, Founder & CEO, DHgate, says, “Standardization is a fundamental element of all efficient business operations -- promoting responsive service and effective enterprise management. As a leading B2B cross-border e-commerce platform, we believe that it is incumbent upon DHgate to help establish and promote best practices and standards for cross-border transactions, to make China's online Silk Road as smooth as possible".

Established in 1963, the China National Institute of Standardization is a national social service institution dedicated to standardization research. Its work includes standardization research on energy conservation and emission reduction, quality management and international trade facilitation in other sectors. CNIS also handles the administration functions of SAMR and the Standardization Administration of China which includes technical reviews of national standards, and the management of manufacturing licenses for industrial products and foodstuffs.

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