VOV.VN - During the first half of May, Vietnamese e-commerce platform Postmart supported the consumption of more than 100 tons of Son La plums, thereby helping farmers to bring their products to consumers across the country.
Boasting a wide network that is capable of providing products to communes and wards, along with thousands of specialised means of transport, Vietnam Post has delivered and helped the payment for all orders on the e-commerce platform Postmart.vn.
This can be seen during the upcoming “One Commune, One Product” (OCOP) Vietnam Nam Fruit and Product Festival, which will open in the northern province of Son La on May 28 and will last until June 1. As a result, Vietnam Post will carry out many preferential and support freight support for orders at the OCOP Vietnam Fruit and Product Festival via the digital environment and the OCOP Fruit and Product Festival in Son La province.
According to Nghiem Tuan Anh, deputy head of Propaganda and Communication Department of Vietnam Post, during these events, the Farmers' Association and provincial and municipal post offices will co-ordinate alongside each other in organising 63 digital booths that will represent 63 localities across the country via the e-commerce platform Postmart.vn.
The digital pavilion of each province and city has been designed with specialised pages, such as a four-season fruit stall, an OCOP product digital pavilion, digital pavilions for agricultural specialties, and digital pavilions for tourist products.
Currently, more than 1,300 products that are regional specialties such as fresh fruits, processed products, and OCOP products have been introduced at digital booths in order to serve the shopping requirements of domestic and foreign customers.