Econsave opens new outlet in Klang


Noraini (front row, third from right, in light purple tudung), Sak Coon (in light blue shirt, beside Noraini), ACP Cha (second from right), Sia Ling (far right, in batik) together with invited guests and low-income group at the official opening of the Econsave new outlet in Klang.

PETALING JAYA: Econsave expanded its network with the official opening of its 88th outlet at Pandamaran in Klang, offering “never to be missed” deals on various fresh produce and other necessities goods.

It has also relocated its headquarters at Econsave Pandamaran from the previous location at Econsave Kampung Jawa.

The launch of this latest outlet was a simple affair, starting with a small and intimate buffet hi-tea reception followed by a speech from Mas Imran Adam, Econsave’s general manager, and a ribbon-cutting ceremony to officiate the launch.

Klang Municipal Council president Noraini Roslan, South Klang district police chief ACP Cha Hoong Fong and executive directors from Econsave, namely Lai Sak Coon and Lai Sia Ling as well as Wong Yun Fatt, Econsave’s general manager, graced the event, together with their fellow suppliers and business partners.

The new premise provides a new neighbourhood place for local residents to shop for daily necessities at the lowest prices.

"With the opening of Econsave Pandamaran, we are very excited to contribute to the growth of the local economy and drive progress," said Sak Coon.

"We are confident our brands will bring value-added quality goods to our shoppers and are set to disrupt the market at unbeatable prices."

The history of Econsave began with a wooden sundry shop in Port Klang in 1955 named Yong Long operated by the Lai Poh Tian. Through years of hard work and perseverance, while constantly adapting to changes in the retail scene, Econsave has emerged as one of the largest hypermarket operators in Malaysia with 88 supermarket outlets across Peninsular Malaysia, Sabah, Sarawak and growing.

In line with the tagline “Bandingkan Harga Kami” (Compare Our Pricing), Econsave practices “Everyday Low Price” with weekly price check to ensure loyal customers gets the best of both worlds without burning their pocket.

Econsave is also active in Corporate Social Responsibility programmes within Malaysia and overseas. It has successfully contributed RM10mil for schools in Malaysia and recently they supported a humanitarian mission to Syria partnering with Mycare Malaysia pledging RM1mil to build school for children and programme "Madrasah Impian Ku" which generated RM800,000 fund raising, refurbishment to the school and providing medical supplies that cost RM2.5mil to Gaza Palentin children, to name a few.

At the end of the event, shopping vouchers sponsored by Econsave were also distributed to selected low income household by the guest of honour and Econsave’s executive directors. The store was then abuzz with very low priced deals that will last till July 31.

The five-time champion in price comparison for “Lowest Price Fresh Product” and “Lowest Price Grocery Product” categories by Hargapedia urged shoppers to take advantage of unbelievable prices of various items that could be viewed at https://econsave.com.my/ or official Facebook account EconsaveMY.

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