Kerry Express and Circle K team up

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Dickson Pang and Steven Yos at the agreement signing ceremony. KT

Kerry Express and Circle K have entered into a partnership that allows customers to use Circle K outlets as parcel delivery service points.

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The partnership with Kerry Express is an important step in Circle K’s goal to respond to more consumer needs, according to the official press release.

Circle K continues to focus on developing new partnerships to create new experiences for customers and offer quality services, it said.

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“We are officially introducing parcel shipping services in partnership with Kerry Express at all Circle K outlets to increase convenience for customers,” said Steven Yos, executive director of TH CVS, the company that operates Circle K convenience stores in Cambodia.

“This service allows customers to send their packages at Circle K counters. Users will enjoy the same service they would at any Kerry Express drop point, except that at Circle K the counters are open 24 hours a day, seven days a week,” Mr Yos said.

He said that in its first year of operation in Cambodia, Circle K has opened 21 outlets, adding that 2 or 3 new outlets will open in Phnom Penh this month.

Mr Yos said TH CVS plans to open 300 Circle K outlets nationwide, cashing in on the country’s improving retail outlook.

Circle K main focus is on ready-to-eat food items, exclusive import products, and other lifestyle products.

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Dickson Pang, logistics manager at Kerry Express, said the partnership expands the service offer available at Circle K stores.

“Our objective is to increase convenience for online shoppers, small and medium enterprises, and walk-in customers,” Mr Pang said.

“E-commerce is expanding fast in Cambodia, and we believe this new partnership will facilitate the shopping process,” he added.

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