The Chinese government is reportedly considering a plan to make the Mambaz Express, the world’s largest express delivery service, available from Hongkong and Beijing, according to local media reports.
This would mean the service would be available from any two Chinese cities.
It is unclear how this would work with existing delivery services in the region.
The Mambazar Express is China’s largest single delivery service and operates in Hong Kong, Macau, and mainland China.
It currently has 1,300 employees and is valued at around $1.3 billion.
In a bid to compete with international delivery services, Mambazon plans to offer its services to other countries, including the United States, Canada, Brazil, Russia, Singapore, and Turkey.
The Mambo Express will be available on all major Chinese cities, including Shenzhen, Shanghai, Beijing, Guangzhou, Hong Kong and Macau.
It will be the first delivery service in China to offer a direct route to China from Hongkiu, the capital of South East Asia.
There are currently no plans to expand the service, and Mambazo said it will be looking to expand its service from Hong Kong to Shanghai as well.
It is unclear when the service will begin.
Last year, the Mambo launched its first delivery to China in Hong Kowlu, where it has since become one of China’s biggest tourist destinations.
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