Shopee has partnered with courier logistics service providers, ParcelHub and Mail Boxes Etc (MBE) and introduced ten new Shopee Xpress drop-off points to sellers and buyers.
The new Shopee Xpress drop-off points were added at locations with high accessibility and seller concentration. This initiative brings the total number of drop-off points to more than 300 nationwide.
Ian Ho, Regional Managing Director of Shopee said, “We have been working tirelessly alongside various logistics partners and scaling our logistics network by using big data and better projections to improve Malaysia’s delivery lead time since our inception in 2015. Deliveries that used to take up to 10 days, and longer in East Malaysia, today has been reduced to one to four days. Now, we are further strengthening the infrastructure through Shopee Xpress and strategic partnerships with logistics players so that shoppers and businesses can enjoy better delivery services.”
Given the strong reliance on e-commerce and fast delivery expectations, Shopee has also widened its network of warehouses, hubs and sorting centers in more than 50 strategic locations nationwide including areas such as Senawang, Bagan Serai, Batu Pahat, Simpang Ampat, and Bayan Lepas to increase delivery efficiency even to smaller towns.
Additionally, the e-commerce platform is also offering a next day delivery service by using technology to serve its users and sellers better. “Together with the integrated payments such as our mobile wallet ShopeePay and in-app features like Shopee Live and Shopee Chat that enhance the shopping experience, our logistics services strengthen our robust e-commerce ecosystem,” Ho said.