- Alibaba claims to have earned more than $ 38 billion in Singles Day sales, making it the largest market holiday in China.
- The retailer is breaking Amazon Prime Day records, which fetched $ 5.8 billion in sales this year, as estimated.
- After the record-breaking extravagance shopping is over, photos appear showing the consequences of intense delivery requirements.
- It is reported that e-commerce companies have pulled out all those keeping abreast of orders made on November 11, and high-speed trains are being used to deliver packages.
- The photos show overcrowded logistical bases overflowing with packages as workers begin sending packages.
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Alibaba reportedly exceeded more than $ 38 billion in sales by Monday night, and photos began to emerge showing the intense effects of the largest 24-hour shopping in the world.
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A Chinese online retailer has already surpassed Amazon Prime Day records and then some.
Although Amazon has not released official sales numbers, the retailer raised approximately $ 5.8 billion during Amazon Prime Day 2019, according to analysts. While Alibaba's annual online shopping event is comparable to Black Friday or Cyber Monday in the US,
As Alibaba's record-breaking shopping day ends, workers say they work around the clock to keep up with intense e-commerce and delivery needs. The retailer is reported to be using high-speed trains to keep up with supplies, and workers at e-commerce facilities worked overnight to keep up with demand.