LamboPlace launches LamboFresh to help local producers and distributors

By Poovenraj Kanagaraj

LamboPlace has announced that it will continue supporting the sustainability of their food-chain supplies in accordance to the extended Movement Control Order (MCO) until April 28.

In order to further aid local producers and distributors, LamboPlace have launched LamboFresh. The latest initiative aims to ensure consumers that they do not need to change their lifestyles and still get trusted restaurant-quality fresh food delivered to their doorstep.

The delivery process will be supported by LamboMove.

“Many food producers are facing financial difficulties during the MCO, no less impacted are Malaysia’s Seafood sellers. Seafood goes to ruin faster than most vegetables and many sellers are forced to discard their catch every day. Traditional shops that are closed are forced to reduce the options of premium products for sellers to provide consumers.” said  Jason, group chief executive officer (GCEO) , LamboPlace Sdn Bhd.

“Delivery and logistics services play a very important role in e-Commerce businesses. That’s why to LamboPlace, it’s very vital when running an online business. LamboPlace’s vendors or sellers enjoy fees as low as RM2 per delivery for most products within Klang Valley. Buyers or customers of LamboPlace have also experienced paying delivery fees as low as RM2 per delivery,” added Jason.


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