Online Grocery Store BELI Enables Same-Day Delivery Service For PJ Customers
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Online marketplace BELI – which sells primarily groceries and fresh produce – has now enabled its same-day delivery service for its customers who reside in Petaling Jaya. This comes following the opening of two new BELI Mart physical stores in Puchong and SS15 Subang Jaya, in addition to its existing store in Damansara Perdana.

According to the MYEG-owned platform, the same-day delivery service will be available to customers every day of the week, between 10am until 5pm. Additionally, it will be provided for free if they spend a minimum of RM50, although this is only applicable for locations that are within 10km from the nearest BELI Mart stores.

To purchase from BELI and make use of the new delivery service, you’ll need to head on over to the “Same Day Delivery” section found in the online store’s website. There, you’ll be able to select your purchases from the various categories, ranging from frozen goods to vegetables and fruits. Note that if you attempt to check out before reaching the minimum purchase amount of RM50, you will be prompted to continue shopping as the order is considered to be “not valid”.

The group managing director of MYEG, TS Wong commented that the company has decided to adopt an online-to-offline business model so that consumers can choose their preferred method of shopping. “Apart from the e-commerce platform and Facebook Live selling, we are expanding with multiple physical stores and are looking to open up to 50 stores within the next two years in high-density suburban neighbourhoods throughout the country,” he said, adding that the new Puchong and Subang Jaya stores are part of a pilot programme for same-day delivery.

Wong further stated that the company are planning to launch the BELI mobile app in the following month so that customers can shop even more conveniently. This will also come with extra perks, such as loyalty points, extra savings when they sign up for subscription plans with BELI, as well as access to recipes that let them conveniently shop for the required ingredients with a simple click.

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For context, BELI was previously known as NAK BELI, and was launched in March 2020. Since then, it has rolled out a few initiatives, such as the Flexi Value Plan, a subscription scheme that allows customers to enjoy substantial savings on fresh produce.

If you’re interested to give BELI’s same-day delivery service a try, head on over to its website here.

(Source: Lowyat.NET)

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