IKEA Malaysia Given Green Light for Contactless Delivery During MCO

source: Time Out

Did you break your bed during quarantine? Well, we have good news for you. Ikea Malaysia has announced that it will resume its delivery service as it has been approved by the government. According to Ikea, they will prioritise orders made before 27th April. They will be contacting affected customers to schedule those deliveries at the earliest available slot within 72 hours.

Due to restrictions during MCO, assembly services are still not allowed and Ikea will only offer contactless delivery service. Ikea said they are working with the authorities to find a solution for a contactless assembly method compliant with MCO regulations.

According to Ikea’s guidelines, all staff will undergo temperature screening upon arrival at the warehouse and all drivers and workers must wear surgical masks and plastic gloves at all times including when entering a customer’s home. Delivery workers will confirm purchased items for placement with customers and bring it to the preferred room.

source: Malaysia Sentral

Ikea’s physical stores are still closed but their restaurants are open for delivery and takeaway services. Ikea UK even released this handy guide to make Ikea’s famous meatballs at home!

If you’re looking to upgrade your home office or get new furniture for the upcoming Raya, you can still shop online and opt for delivery. Delivery charges range from RM98 to RM258.

To celebrate the spirit of Ramadan, Ikea also offers 15% off on Ramadan specials when you tapau their food via bungkusit app. The menu includes murtabak and chicken satay, pulut panggang, kuih muih and other Malaysian favourites.

source: Ikea Malaysia

Whether you’re looking to replace your broken furniture, upgrade your WFH station or level up your house for the upcoming Raya, check out Ikea’s catalogue for some inspiration.

Stay safe and stay home. To learn more, head to Ikea’s website.