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Chow Sang Sang Increases Delivery Options For E-commerce Sales

Hong Kong jewelry brand Chow Sang Sang recently held an activity in its Beijing Sanlitun flagship store to celebrate its 80th anniversary and the company announced that they have upgraded their Hong Kong Internet store to enable delivery in over 40 regions, providing one-stop service experience to consumers.

Chow Sang Sang launched its online store service in 2001, which made it the first Hong Kong jewelry company to establish a brand website and implemented online sales. Its services cover Internet shopping and gift delivery.

Chow Sang Sang's online store is committed to providing easy, secure and fast shopping experience to overseas customers. Via the online store, consumers can purchase featured brands from all over the world selected by Chow Sang Sang, including those jointly designed and produced by Chow Sang Sang and multinational jewelry companies.

Winston Chow Wun Sing, deputy general manager of Chow Sang Sang Group, said that having been established for 80 years, Chow Sang Sang sticks to quality in addition to the innovation spirit. The company has over 7,000 employees and 300 self-owned stores.







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