BEIJING – China’s express delivery giant SF Holding on Monday reported notable revenue growth in its core business in December 2020.

SF Holding last month saw its express delivery revenue rise 30.77 percent year-on-year to about 14.74 billion yuan ($2.27 billion), the company said in a report filed with the Shenzhen Stock Exchange.

Its business volume increased 48.97 percent from a year earlier to about 870 million pieces of mail.

During the reporting period, its supply chain business revenue came in at 868 million yuan, marking a year-on-year increase of 50.69 percent.

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