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Kogan opens online shop in New Zealand

Kogan opens online shop in New Zealand

Online retailer expands across the ditch, but not with complete portfolio

Australian online retailer, Kogan, has expanded into New Zealand with the launch of a dedicated web site for the country on Wednesday.

The Kogan Agora HD Mini 3G tablet and the Kogan Agora HD+ smarphone (not to scale).
The Kogan Agora HD Mini 3G tablet and the Kogan Agora HD+ smarphone (not to scale).

The move gives NZ customers localised access to a portion of Kogan’s portfolio of brands spanning technology and homeware, as well as its own Agora range; not all products available to Australian customers can be purchased via the NZ online store at this stage.

To support its local operations, Kogan has established a warehouse in Auckland which will stock larger items, including the likes of televisions.

Smaller items will continue to be shipped from the retailer’s Melbourne and Hong Kong warehouses. Customers are advised to check postage and delivery times on each individual item, which are listed on each product’s details page.

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