In an announcement at this year’s Computex, Newegg said that it would be expanding to six new markets by the end of June, though this was changed to August later on. The e-tailer, known for offering PC hardware components at attractive prices, is now available in India, Ireland, Netherlands, New Zealand, Poland and Singapore. A quick check on the Singapore store shows that while the selection seems limited for now, the prices listed on the site seem competitive compared with what you can get locally.
In an effort to expand its global footprint, California-based online retailer Newegg, which specializes in computer parts and electronic goods has announced that its e-commerce website is now available in key European and Asian markets including India, Ireland, Singapore, New Zealand, Poland, and the Netherlands. “We’re committed to growing Newegg in these regions so people from all around the world can experience the stellar shopping experience our North American customers currently enjoy”, said Soren Mills, Chief Marketing Officer of Newegg North America. Besides Canada and the US, Newegg is already available in Australia and the UK. Newegg said that the new international stores will have a limited product selection for now, but the company expects to boost its global range over the coming months. As far as prices are concerned, they are competitive, but factoring in the shipping cost brings them almost at par with the rates being offered by local retailers.