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FamilyMart expands Bangkok delivery service via Kerry Express tie-up

FamilyMart on Tuesday announced the expansion of express delivery service at all of its branches in Bangkok and its outskirts, with 24/7 operations in partnership with Kerry Express.

Chiranun Poopat, president of Central FamilyMart, said: “Today, the e-commerce market has grown continuously for more than 20 per cent annually, and individual consumers have also had a greater demand for express delivery over the past three to five years.”
“We have introduced Kerry Express, an express delivery service, available 24 hours a day at our FamilyMart stores in Bangkok and surrounding locations. The door-to-door express delivery will be provided to our individual customers so that they will be able to send their parcels to any locations throughout the Kingdom with fast and high-standard delivery process. 
“With the strong capability of Kerry Express, a leading operator of logistics services, we believe in an ability to satisfy customers in using our express delivery service at every dimension, including fast and convenient in accessing express delivery service at our FamilyMart stores,” she said.
Chiranun added that for Christmas and New Year celebrations, FamilyMart would like to participate in these special times of happiness by offering a limited-edition parcel delivery box to its customers, free of charge.
Customers will be able to get the free box at FamilyMart stores for any purchase worth Bt79 or above via its express delivery service. 
The convenience-store chain will also increase the choice for shoppers in selecting their New Year gifts with Khun Mae Ju, the well-known local food products from Phuket. 
Customers can also get a limited-edition parcel delivery box free of charge when buying Khun Mae Ju products and using Kerry Express parcel delivery service at FamilyMart. 
They will be able to select from many payment methods for the service, including points redemption from The 1 card, Rabbit card and Alipay.

Published : December 18, 2018

By : The Nation