Fresh start for Aeon Mall Cheras Selatan


From left:Selangor Domestic Trade and Cost of Living director Mohd Zuhairi Mat Radey, Datuk Seri Mohd Sayuthi Bakar, secretary-general of the Domestic Trade and Cost of Living Ministry, and managing director of Aeon, Keiji Ono, at the reopening ceremony of Aeon Mall Cheras Selatan.

The popular mall reopens with a contemporary look and new offerings

ONE of Malaysia’s leading general merchandise stores and supermarket chains Aeon Co. (M) Bhd, proudly celebrated a momentous achievement with the official reopening of Aeon Mall Cheras Selatan.

Situated near Balakong, Cheras, Aeon Mall Cheras Selatan first welcomed the public on Dec 28, 2006.

Over the past 18 years, this comprehensive shopping and entertainment destination has served the residents of Cheras Selatan with its two levels of shopping space, housing over 90 diverse shops.

Aeon Mall Cheras Selatan now reopens its doors, revealing a contemporary facelift for their valued customers.

Guests can now enjoy new experiences, featuring self-checkout counters, solar power sources, and high-quality products under the Home Coordy and Inner Casual (iC) brands.

Home Coordy is a household and home fashion brand that specialises in minimalist home living. Renowned for its stringent quality standards, it is designed with a commitment to simplicity and innovative functionalities.

On the other hand, iC is an athleisure brand from Aeon Japan that uses eco-friendly fabrics in all its products.

Ono and Mohd Sayuthi take a walk around the newly refurbished Aeon Mall Cheras Selatan.Ono and Mohd Sayuthi take a walk around the newly refurbished Aeon Mall Cheras Selatan.

In alignment with Aeon’s commitment to sustainability and energy efficiency, the mall is now equipped with solar panels located in its car park area – part of Aeon's phased initiative to equip all its malls with solar panels.

The refreshed Aeon Mall Cheras Selatan also introduces an expanded range of sports brands, embodying Aeon's dedication to creating a destination for sports equipment.

A notable addition to the tenant lineup is the global sports brand, Decathlon, which introduces its innovative concept store, Decathlon Connects – the first of its kind in Malaysia.

This scaled-down version of Decathlon's store serves as a convenient onestop shop for customers seeking quick access to sports essentials.

The reopening event was graced by the secretary-general of the Domestic Trade and Cost of Living Ministry, Datuk Seri Mohd Sayuthi Bakar. Also present at the event was managing director of Aeon, Keiji Ono.

Ono said: “In our unwavering commitment to ensuring customer satisfaction, we continuously strive to provide a seamless shopping experience.

“This involves ongoing efforts to enhance our malls with cutting-edge facilities, infused with a modern touch. All these initiatives are geared towards ensuring the comfort of our customers and contributing to a more sustainable environment.”

Mohd Sayuthi checks out fresh produce at Aeon Mall Cheras Selatan. The supermarket chain has implemented a price lock on 250 essential items for the next three months.Mohd Sayuthi checks out fresh produce at Aeon Mall Cheras Selatan. The supermarket chain has implemented a price lock on 250 essential items for the next three months.

At the same event, Aeon also affirmed its unwavering dedication to supporting customers amidst the rising cost of living, by implementing a price lock on a carefully curated selection of 250 essential items for the next three months.

This strategic initiative is a pivotal addition to Aeon's overarching Everyday-Fresh-Everyday-Low-Price campaign, which was initially introduced earlier this year across 1,000 items.

Among the identified items are necessities such as hair shampoos, fabric softeners, detergents, cooking oils, noodles, milk, and more.

This campaign aims to deliver a worry-free shopping experience for customers, underscoring Aeon’s commitment to customer satisfaction and financial well-being without compromising on product quality.

The designated items are conveniently available at all Aeon and MaxValu Prime locations nationwide, as well as through Aeon’s user-friendly online platform, myAEON2go.

Ono added: "The initiative reflects our ongoing efforts to prioritise customers' peace of mind while ensuring accessibility to essential products at affordable prices."

Aligning with the reopening of Aeon Mall Cheras Selatan, the Malaysia Aeon Foundation will also be donating RM30,000 to three charitable organisations.

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