Costco plans for business delivery in Melbourne
Costco Australia has plans to start delivering to businesses in the Melbourne metropolitan area.
The US grocery wholesaler has established a dedicated Australian business delivery website with the site’s home page saying Costco will deliver within 10 kilometres of its Docklands warehouse. Orders must total at least $1, 000 excluding GST, and the businesses must have a Costco membership.
Categories listed for delivery include grocery, beverages and office supplies. It is stated on the site deliveries can be made as early as the next business day if placed before 3pm.
Australian Food News contacted Costco about the website and delivery service but Costco said it had no comment.
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