SHANGHAI, Aug. 24, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- ZTO Express (Cayman) Inc. (NYSE: ZTO and SEHK: 2057), a leading and fast-growing express delivery company in China ("ZTO" or the "Company"), today announced clarifications to errors contained in a filing. The Company had submitted a current report on Form 6-K to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on August 24, which contained erroneous references to a proposed offering. The Company would like to clarify that it currently has no intention to conduct any offering of its securities. The Company remains committed to true and timely disclosure in compliance with the applicable rules and regulations, and will keep shareholders informed of material developments in the future, including any potential financing plan.
ZTO Express (Cayman) Inc. (NYSE: ZTO and SEHK:2057) ("ZTO" or the "Company") is a leading and fast-growing express delivery company in China. ZTO provides express delivery service as well as other value-added logistics services through its extensive and reliable nationwide network coverage in China.
ZTO operates a highly scalable network partner model, which the Company believes is best suited to support the significant growth of e-commerce in China. The Company leverages its network partners to provide pickup and last-mile delivery services, while controlling the mission-critical line-haul transportation and sorting network within the express delivery service value chain.
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