Singapore – Global toy maker LEGO Group has teamed up with quick commerce company foodpanda to mark LEGO’s entry into the quick commerce space and expand their toy lineup purchases in APAC.
Customers can now shop for their favourite LEGO sets and have them delivered on-demand to their doorsteps in 30 minutes. In this first phase of the partnership, customers in Malaysia and Singapore can access hundreds of different LEGO products, from its popular minifigures to full-sized sets, or even for those who urgently need a missing brick.
In Singapore, the LEGO store will be featured on foodpanda shops with its own branded in-app storefront, which allows the brand full autonomy to run promotions and campaigns. LEGO fans can now get their sets with just a tap, and enjoy special deals from 23 – 30 September 2022. Customers in Malaysia can purchase LEGO sets from selected pandamart cloud stores in Klang Valley and Seremban.
There are currently 30 pandamarts carrying LEGO products, to be expanded to more pandamarts by the end of Q4 2022. With millions of users across Singapore and Malaysia, making LEGO products available on the platform allows the LEGO Group to reach new, mobile-first customers who seek the convenience of on-demand deliveries every day.
U-Fong Chua, SEA e-commerce head at the LEGO Group, said, “We are excited to partner with foodpanda as we celebrate nine decades of creativity and play. Entering the quick commerce market will make it more convenient for our customers to get LEGO products and bring new opportunities for people to build and play together whenever and wherever they feel like.”
Meanwhile Chris Urban, director of marketplace at foodpanda, commented, “We’re thrilled to have onboard an iconic company like LEGO which is also associated with fun and enjoyment. By expanding the variety of shops on foodpanda, we can cater to our customers’ evolving needs and deliver anything they need, beyond daily essentials.”