Grab is currently testing out its on-demand grocery service GrabMart (Beta) function in Malaysia, after rolling it out in Thailand last August. Consumers can purchase their daily necessities such as selected grocery items, fruits, health and beauty products, stationery and other goods and services. The current list of merchants on GrabMart are Guardian, Caring, MyNews, MBG, MPH, BIG Pharmacy, Kiara Supermarket, and Utama Florist.
Grab’s spokesperson confirmed the news to A+M, adding that GrabMart (Beta) is in line with the company’s commitment to support and grow income opportunities for those on its platform, such as small medium size businesses and its growing number of delivery partners.
GrabMart (Beta) is being piloted at Damansara Uptown and Bandar Utama, TTDI, Kota Damansara and Mutiara Damansara, and Mont Kiara and Hartamas. Delivery fee ranges from RM5 to RM9, depending on the travel distance. Similarly to its GrabExpress service, users can pay seamlessly via GrabPay and enjoy earning GrabRewards points, and also track their delivery. GrabExpress Beta uses motorbikes and cars for instant door-to-door delivery service. The service is currently available for pick-up and destination islandwide.
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