Notice: Our Service May Impact Due To Coronavirus Outbreak

Our Service May Impact Due To Coronavirus Outbreak
Date: 26th Feb 2020
Note: some parts of our service, such as delivery time, parts pricing may impact due to coronavirus outbreak. We are working hard to ensure the impact is as soft as possible.

The outbreak of the Covid-19 coronavirus disease has taken the lives of many people all over the world. As the world scrambles to contain the public health crisis, global businesses are starting to take a hit, particularly in the e-commerce sector or online businesses. You can see the confirmed cases according to the country. 

  • 78,064 Mainland China
  • 1,146 South Korea
  • 691 Others
  • 322 Italy
  • 170 Japan
  • 95 Iran
  • 91 Singapore
  • 85 Hong Kong
  • 57 US
  • 40 Thailand
  • 31 Taiwan
  • 23 Bahrain
  • 22 Australia
  • 22 Malaysia
  • 18 Germany
  • 16 Vietnam
  • 14 France
  • 13 United Arab Emirates
  • 13 UK
  • 11 Canada
  • 11 Kuwait
  • 10 Macau
  • 9 Spain
  • 5 Iraq
  • 4 Oman
  • 3 India
  • 3 Philippines
  • 2 Israel
  • 2 Russia
  • 2 Austria
  • 1 Afghanistan
  • 1 Nepal
  • 1 Cambodia
  • 1 Algeria
  • 1 Belgium
  • 1 Finland
  • 1 Sweden
  • 1 Croatia
  • 1 Switzerland
  • 1 Egypt
  • 1 Lebanon
  • 1 Sri Lanka

Today, fear of the virus also means people tend to avoid activities that expose them to the risk of infection. For example, going to restaurants, movies or shopping, using public transport and public services. Although there is general anxiety associated with the epidemic, which could negatively impact sales. We also understand that the negative effect of this disease and we always try to save our country and our valuable consumers.

Now, does the recent outbreak of the Coronavirus threaten not only the health and well-being of people in China and around the world but also it affects the selling of products and the shipping processes. Due to this reason, the shipping may be a delay and we reach you by taking some extra time. But we promise you must get your genuine products some days later. 

As cases of the virus spread, the commercial impact could be just as far-reaching, causing profit warnings, store closures and credit defaults among companies that rely heavily on China’s vast consumption power. Some companies, however, appear well-positioned to benefit from the shifts on consumer behavior caused by the outbreak.

When the outbreak happened in China, it inadvertently created a boon for e-commerce as shoppers stuck at home bought their goods online. So it is also possible the price of the products may be high because our exporters are not able to export products. 

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