E-commerce company Coupang will invest 100 billion won ($83 million) into its new logistics center in Eumseong, North Chungcheong, to extend its same or next-day delivery service to a broader swath of the country.
Coupang is entering the mobile phone dealership business, the company announced Wednesday, a first for online retailers. Now customers can purchase devices and select phone plans by mobile operators using Coupang’s Rocket Mobile service.
E-commerce operator Coupang is reopening its Bucheon distribution center in Gyeonggi on Thursday, a month after a Covid-19 outbreak caused the center to shut its doors in late May.
Coupang resumed the operation of its Deokpyeong distribution center in Icheon, Gyeonggi, after employees who underwent Covid-19 testing were confirmed to be negative.
A Coupang deliveryman sterilizes boxes containing next-day delivery products on Tuesday. Coupang, an online shopping mall that suffered a mass Covid-19 infection at its logistics center in Bucheon, Gyeonggi, last month said Tuesday ...
Coupang is No. 2 on the 2020 CNBC Disruptor list, and the first Korean company to make it onto the list, which has been published by the U.S. business channel since 2013.
Coupang on Friday confirmed it is giving out a million won ($830) in aid to more than 2,000 temporary employees who worked at its distribution centers in Gyeonggi, where cases of Covid-19 were reported.
At 7:30 a.m. on Monday, more than 50 people were waiting in line to enter the Coupang Dongtan distribution center in Hwaseong, Gyeonggi.
Online shopping in April jumped 12.5 percent on year to 12.26 trillion won ($10.08 billion), announced Statistics Korea Wednesday.
Korean health authorities Monday reported more than 20 coronavirus infections from Protestant churches in Incheon and Gyeonggi, rekindling fears of outbreaks in religious congregations.