Daraz Nepal has partnered up with Bigmart, a grocery and department chain in Nepal with over 50 plus stores, to deliver essential items inside Kathmandu valley as it got permission from the Government of Nepal amid the Coronavirus lockdown.
Daraz says that together with Bigmart they look forward to assuring the accessibility of essential goods to the people at their doorstep at the earliest.
With this, the “Groceries” section in Daraz, the DMart, as a part of the partnership is getting transformed on to an online branch of Bigmart allowing customers to find a range of essential products that are available in Bigmart as well as entertain its offers.
Furthermore, upon payment via Debit/Credit Cards of Bank Partners including Sunrise Bank, Sanima Bank, Standard Chartered Bank, Nabil Bank, NIC Asia Bank, and Kumari Bank, customers can avail 10% discount up to a maximum of Rs. 500.
You can visit Daraz’s homepage via the app or the website to check out Bigmart’s essential goods on the platform.
The partnership also strengthens Daraz’s logistics allowing it to deliver products safely on time, as per Daraz. The company calls it a long term one such that both Daraz and Bigmart could resort to their expertise and resources begetting customer convenience.
The service is currently available inside the Kathmandu valley only, however, it soon sees itself get expanded across additional delivery locations of Nepal.
Also, according to Daraz, Bigmart staff along with Daraz’s delivery riders are regularly temperature screened as well as education regarding best hygiene practices keeping the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and nation lockdown in mind. They even offer hand sanitizers to all the customers to pledge a safe and hygienic shopping experience.