7-Eleven in talks with courier services companies to send small packages


KUALA LUMPUR: 7-Eleven Malaysia Holdings Bhd is in talks with several courier service companies to ink a deal that will see the free-standing convenience store franchiser offering small package postal services before year-end.

Chief executive officer Gary Thomas Brown could not reveal as yet the preferred service provider although the idea is to use its wide network as a last-mile touch point.

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