KUALA LUMPUR – 7-Eleven in Malaysia is partnering with Foodpanda for a new food delivery venture, reports RetailAnalysis.igd.com.
According to the news service, shoppers can access the service through a mobile app or website, as well as place orders by phone. Product ranges include drinks, snacks, daily essentials and a small selection of non-food items, as well as cigarettes and mobile phone credit. The service is available between 10 am and 10:30 pm for customers in Klang Valley, Penang, Baharu, Putrajaya, Johor Baharu and Cyberjaya. As for payment options, customers can pay online or cash on deliver.
The news source adds that delivery is a “key point of difference for 7-Eleven in the Malaysian market, where online grocery retailing is beginning to gain momentum. Market leader Tesco launched an online platform last summer, whilst the service is unique amongst convenience operators.”
With more than 1,500 outlets in the Malaysian market, Berjaya Retail Berhad operates the 7-Eleven franchise.