In this case the Russian Post, that registered a subsidiary in China. It appears that 90% of international shipments of Russian Post come from China. Why? There must be some business, that Americans wanted to purchase, by the way, but the Chinese decided they didn't need help to tap into the market including the Russian one.
Everybody who's ever purchased something online knows this logo. Alibaba - a group of companies founded in China that has revolutionized online sales offers everything, from hair combs and socks to furniture and complex devices along with global shipping right to your doorstep.
Let's quickly simulate the process. One can place an order using a PC or a smartphone. I select an item, I won't tell you what exactly for now. Pay for it with my bank card. Enter my address. And done. After being processed at the data center, my order is selected at the giant warehouse among all sorts of other things after which one of these nimble robots receives a relevant command. Without ever colliding with its robot colleagues it moves through this bustle it carries my order on its back and unloads it. Then, the order gets stronger packaging and travels to the client by road, sea, or air, along with millions of other parcels.