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SF Express Tracking

SF Express is a huge express company from China.SF Express was established in Shunde, Guangdong Province in 1993. Since its inception, SF has continued improving its service quality, investing in facilities and vigorously developing and introducing IT technologies and equipment to realize automatic operations.

SF Express Tracking Number is a 12 digital number.

SF Express have set up a nationwide network of branch offices and service network to support information collection, market development, logistics and express services. For the past years, we have continued providing customers with fresh service experiences and helping customers succeed. At February 24th 2017 SF was officially listed on Shenzhen Stock Exchange.

SF International is an international subsidiary to make deliveries globally.

SF U.S. was established in 2012, and it provides pickup service from the 48 continental states and delivery service to all 50 states.

SF Express History

Wang, the son of a Russian interpreter for the People’s Liberation Army Air Force, saw opportunity early in the trade across China’s border with Hong Kong, not long after former paramount leader Deng Xiaoping made his famous visit to Shenzhen and set the country on the path of economic reform. While Wang’s family immigrated to Hong Kong when he was a child, he later returned to China to establish the business, first in a smaller city in Guangdong province, and then in Shenzhen.

“When S.F. started delivering packages in the 1990s, it was still an illegal business called ‘black delivery,” Wang said in a Q&A in 2011 with the official People’s Daily, the only interview he is known to have granted. “According to the regulations then, we would be fined if our operations were caught by postal officers, so we had to handle packages sneakily.”

The courier company Wang created navigated the shadows of the border between China and Hong Kong for 16 years until the government gave its sanction.

Now the courier operates a fleet of 36 cargo aircraft and about 15,000 vehicles. It reported revenue of 48.1 billion yuan ($7.5 billion) in 2015, the highest among its domestic peers, according to its listing prospectus. It intends to build a cargo airport in the central Chinese province of Hubei, the prospectus said.