Perception Of Delivery Services In Malaysia During Movement Control Order (Mco)


Delivery services in Malaysia has become a new norm. Malaysians are now comfortable with delivery services during the global pandemic of covid-19. This study had been conducted because there are too many issues about delivery services in Malaysia, although some people using delivery services, and some may not. Reports have suggested that some companies have a bad management of delivery services. For examples, some delivery services companies have technical issues such as (i) slow delivery, (ii) damaged goods, and many other issues. The aim of this paper is to provide an analysis on the perception of Malaysian citizen towards delivery services during the Movement Control Order (MCO). To do so, researchers used a quantitative method to collect data among Malaysian citizens. The total amount of respondents who answered the questionnaire are n=1310. The research findings suggest that the level of perception towards delivery service in Malaysia during MCO is very high (M=3.17).

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