Mailpac adds price-cutter grocery e-store in busy online market

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Mailpac Group, which is heavily into the e-commerce solutions business, has, through its Mailpac Local subsidiary, launched an online grocery store to grow market share, with a plan to retail products some five to 15 per cent less than traditional brick-and-mortar grocery chains and standalone shops islandwide. Mailpac appears undaunted by a market space that is getting increasingly crowded, exuding confidence that its price-cutting business model will land it ahead of the pack. The admittedly nimble and fast-growing Mailpac is hunting a bigger share of a market where online grocery shopping is already offered by existing and emerging players, and with the chains it is seeking to undersell also ramping up their own online sales platforms over the past year in particular. Bulk goods seller PriceSmart and food manufacturing and distribution conglomerate Seprod are among the big companies already offering e-commerce services to customers. Another big food manufactur
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