KUCHING: Servay Hypermarket (Servay) will be opening its 16th branch at The Summer Shopping Mall in the Kuching-Samarahan division to provide brand new shopping experiences.
According to the company’s press statement, both parties had signed the agreements at The Summer Shopping Mall’s showroom earlier this week.
The Summer Shopping Mall’s managing director, Lee Chee Fui said, “Servay Hypermarket is a well-known hypermarket in Kota Kinabalu with strong history and has been operating for the past 20 years under experienced management.
Its set-up in The Summer Shopping Mall will surely attract a wide range of consumers in addition to providing more promotions and competitive prices.
“Servay Hypermarket is professional and modern with international standards, providing various products including food, fresh fruits and vegetables, frozen products, daily products and imported products from countries such as China, India, Korea, Japan, Australia, Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia and so on.”
In addition, Lee said Servay Hypermarket’s department store would be set up with various adult and children clothing brands, bags, footwear, household products, stationery, gifts, car accessories, electrical products and much more, making it a good choice for one-stop shopping.
“The Summer Shopping Mall is equipped with 1,500 parking lots, sheltered basement and open space for better shopping convenience. It operates under a motto of ‘Integrity, Professional, Harmony, Give Back’ and insists on providing customers with the best shopping environment and customer service,” stated Lee.
Along with its opening, Servay would also be launching its membership card to provide customers with more savings.
“So far, many consumers in East Malaysia are registered members and they are using their cards to accumulate points for premium redemptions while they shop and now the opportunity is open to the public within reach of the hypermarket,” explained Lee.
Established in 1990 in Miri, the Servay Group currently has 15 branches distributed over East Malaysia in cities such as Miri, Kota Kinabalu, Sandakan and Tawau.