What are the possible consequences for leases? Overseas warehouses refer to storage facilities established abroad. In cross-border e-commerce, overseas warehouses refer to domestic companies transporting goods by mass transport to destination countries, setting up warehouses and storing goods on site, and then, in accordance with the local order of sale, the central sorting, packaging and distribution management service is carried out in a timely manner directly from the local warehouse. Overseas warehouses can be divided into 1 depending on the purpose of the operation. Self-operated overseas warehouses refer to overseas warehouses built and operated by inter-exporting e-commerce companies, a logistics mode that provides only logistical services such as the storage and distribution of goods sold by the company, i.e. the entire cross-border e-commerce system is controlled by the cross-border e-commerce company itself. 2. Third public warehouse abroad third overseas warehouse refers to an overseas warehouse built and operated by an external logistics company, and can carry out customs clearance and storage control for many cross-border export e-commerce companies, logistics mode of receiving orders, sorting orders, multi-channel delivery, transport tracking and other logistics services means that the cross-border electronic logistics system is controlled by logistics companies. External. What are the usual shops in overseas warehouses? 1. In short, the seller sends the country`s mass storage products to the overseas warehouse abroad, and then the overseas warehouse staff counts the shelves. When a buyer places an order, the seller only has to issue the delivery instructions in the overseas storage system and the storage staff will carry out the local delivery abroad in accordance with the instructions.
2. If there is a problem with the seller`s account or if the label is incorrect, the goods must be sent to the overseas depot for replacement and resale. 3. The most common situation in the transfer is to combine FBA with third-party warehouses abroad, first to store goods in overseas warehouses and to transfer them regularly or irregularly (filling) FBA during the shipment of FBA, during shipping of overseas warehouses 4. Management of value-added services such as restitution and exchange. To the extent that the lease includes provisions for the date of the benefit (for example. B The detailed transfer regime for a “drawing board rental”), these provisions must be given priority in terms of the timing of the benefit. Reverse logistics is another type of storage that has become popular for environmental reasons. The term refers to items that range from the end user to the distributor or manufacturer. [Citation required] It should be noted that, given the unprecedented new situation, it is currently not possible to predict with certainty the outcome of a potential dispute over disruptions in a COVID 19 pandemic lease agreement.