Expanded store offers more choices

Aruldoss (third from left) flanked by Harvey Norman Malaysia’s senior management team at the launch of the expanded Harvey Norman IOI City Mall superstore in Putrajaya. — Photos: SAM THAM/The Star

FOR a complete shopping experience, head to the expanded Harvey Norman retail space in IOI City Mall, Putrajaya.

Now located at LG33 on the mall’s lower ground floor, the Australian-based retailer’s superstore now spans 46,000sq ft and features a furniture department as the latest addition.

Harvey Norman Asia managing director Kenneth Aruldoss said the company’s vision is to become the number one brand of choice for home products.

“In line with the vision, we need a comprehensive range of quality products, great services, dedicated team and distinctively designed stores.

“Everything that we do is focused around providing the ultimate experience to customers.

“The pricing and after-sales service give us a significant competitive advantage over other retailers.

“With our buying power to purchase products in bulk, the company can offer customers fantastic value on a comprehensive range.

Harvey Norman IOI City Mall superstore is now bigger and better to offer customers a complete shopping experience.
Harvey Norman IOI City Mall superstore is now bigger and better to offer customers a complete shopping experience.

“Additionally, customers can definitely shop with confidence with our exchange-and-refund policy, product reservation, urgent delivery service and product care coverage,” he added.

The furniture department centres around lifestyle products that suit customers who want to refurbish their house with a chic and contemporary vibe at an affordable price.

It features two ranges – the Lifestyle range offers simplicity and down to basics home furniture.

The Lifestyle Plus Range caters to those looking for functional furniture that brings additional comfort at home.

For those who want a more luxurious selection, Harvey Norman also offers a variety of fully Italian made furniture.

Customers who love to cook will be spoilt for choice with the extensive range of cookware and utensils ranging from Electrolux, Bosch, Fotile and Brandt, among others.

Meanwhile, the tech savvy can choose from the latest gadgets and computers from a variety of brands as well as mobile accessories, televisions and sound bars.

Other services include a photo printing centre as well as a click and collect counter to facilitate collection and online orders placed through www.harveynorman.com.my

Currently, there are 18 stores nationwide and there will be another six stores opening by the end of this year – two in Johor and one each in Kota Baru, Kelantan; Ipoh, Perak; Batu Kawan, Penang as well as Kuala Lumpur East.

“While we aim to become Malaysia’s brand of choice, we also want to be the employer of choice.

“Our aggressive expansion plan will also create more employment opportunities for Malaysians,” added Aruldoss.


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