The cross-border e-commerce industrial park in Zhoushan, East China's Zhejiang province was put into use on Jan 17, according to local media reports.
The 10,000-square-meter park, which provides services such as personnel training, operation management, overseas warehousing and logistics services, and financial services, is expected to cultivate more than 60 cross-border e-commerce enterprises, provide 150 jobs and generate an export value of $100 million every year.
In addition, the park has established cooperation ties with several vocational colleges, including the Zhejiang International Maritime College, which will train professional talents for the city's cross-border e-commerce industry.
Authorities will also continue their efforts to provide better government services to enterprises engaged in cross-border e-commerce industry in the city.
Shi Xunjie, the general manager of Ningbo Liancangke Cross-border E-commerce Co Ltd, said that he is planning to establish a cross-border e-commerce company in the park largely due to the city's port resources and the park's favorable policies.