AliExpress beginning to deliver the goods to Russia the next day


Residents of the 20 largest Russian cities will get booked on “AliExpress Mall” the goods in warehouses in Russia, the next day, in the 50 cities, the goods will be delivered within one to three days, writes “Kommersant” with reference to information of the company.

As told by the Director of development AliExpress in Russia and CIS mark Zavadsky, the innovation came into force on 24 April. “Now one of the priority audience for us are the inhabitants of large cities. They pay special attention to the service — quick delivery and ease of payment, we plan to continuously expand our range of products from leading brands. We see our task in constant simplifying the purchase process and interaction between buyer and seller,” he said.

At the stage of launching the standard delivery will spread to smartphones (Samsung, iPhone 7 128 GB), laptops (Asus and Lenovo), headphones (Philips) and other gadgets, the newspaper said. The geography of the regions with expedited shipping will continue to expand, promised in the company.

“Section of the “Mall” has been around for a year, but before that there was not a single standard of service for all participants. If the seller would like or could deliver quickly, he provided such a service. Now a single standard of care exists for all platforms,” — said the newspaper in the company.

In addition, 24 APR AliExpress launched in Russia, buying on credit, a partner of the company became Tinkoff Bank. Informed about the plans said the source close to the company.

According to, which cites “market Research”, the vast majority of the studied categories Aliexpress is the most popular store among Russians. That in 2016 they used his services, said 36.7% of the interviewed buyers of digital and computer technology, and 58% of goods for children and 63.8% of clothing and shoes. Only in the segment of household appliances and goods for kitchen the Chinese giant has slightly inferior “M. Video” — 30 against 32.6 per cent.

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