Mydin Launches New E-Commerce Site And App That Ship To Any State In Malaysia

Shoppers can also look forward to same-day delivery and bulk purchase features by the end of the year.

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It's important to stock up on groceries, but sometimes we just don't feel like queuing up for those long lines

Especially if you only have time to do it on the weekends, where swarms of people will be crowding the aisles.

Sometimes it takes so long for you to find the stuff you need, and then que up to pay for it too! We're getting very pening just thinking about it.

Thankfully, Mydin just launched their revamped e-commerce website and mobile app

Image via Mydin

From food and beverages and lifestyle products to clothing and stationery, Mydin offers an extensive range of products for anyone looking to stock up on their essentials.

And by the end of the year, you can expect your goods to arrive at your doorstep within the same day you made the order.

This was made possible through the homegrown brand's collaboration with Dropee, an e-commerce solution platform and their partner, Unit Peneraju Agenda Bumiputera (Teraju)

Additionally, Dropee's co-founder, Aizat Rahim, said the company's mission was always to improve the process of selling and buying in Malaysia, as reported by New Straits Times.

According to Digital News Asia, Aizat also announced that this collaboration sets up a one-stop solution for Mydin operators to facilitate product and price updates on all their selling channels from one place.

Another plus point from this partnership is that shoppers will have options to order from Mydin stores nearby, choose same-day delivery, and enable bulk purchases by the end of the year

You can have a look at Mydin's new refined platform through their official website or smartphone app on Google Play or the App Store.

Previously, Mydin's social media intern secured a permanent job from tweeting the CEO:

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