21 October 2015, Wednesday, 17:42
UFA, 21 October 2015. /Bashinform News Agency, Rozaliya Valeeva/. The e-commerce platform AliExpress, a member of the Chinese Alibaba Group, will begin selling Russian goods since November 11, RIA Novosti reports with reference to the press release of AliExpress.
Among the first retailers who plan to join the AliExpress are Redmond, L'Oreal, Incity, Baon, shops Wikimart, Technosila" and 220 V and a number of other brands and trading platforms. "The prices of goods in the shops will be displayed in rubles, which will facilitate the process of making a purchase for users" it is stated in the release.
For the first time customers in Russia will be able to purchase goods of Russian suppliers during the World Festival of Shopping, which will be held on November 11 through the channel "AliExpress Mall".
AliExpress has long reported on its plans to start selling Russian goods. In particular, the ABC retailer developing a network of similar supermarkets announced its intention to start in September supply of Russian products to China via an online platform Tmall Global, also a member of Alibaba Group. However, beginning of deliveries was postponed to November 15-20 due to difficulties in products registration.
AliExpress was launched in April 2010. The site allows customers to buy goods directly from wholesalers and manufacturers in China from any part of the world. AliExpress is a part of Alibaba Group — the largest Chinese company that specializes in e-commerce.