Newegg looking for further expansion

By on June 10, 2006, 8:40 PM
Computer parts and electronics online retailer has without a doubt one of the most solid presences among the enthusiast community. Whether you have bought from them or not, it's likely you have at least heard about them, with a reputation of wide selection, good prices and great service. Indeed, if you have ever read a forum discussion about the company you will probably come across one big complaint from users, it's not available everywhere.

Newegg has historically only made business with households in the US, and more recently in China. But that might change soon according to a story posted at Digitimes. The company is now trying to expand further through an acquisition or a wholly-owned new company, and has European buyers on its target.

Reportedly Newegg receives over 11 million unique visitors every month on its website, an impressive figure that even the largest technology websites on the net could envy. But it doesnít stop there; reports indicate that e-tailerís business keeps booming with daily sales in the range of $5-7 million and growing. I have to say that's not bad, not bad at all!

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swker98 said:
newegg is the best!!!!!!!
DragonMaster said:
When are they coming here in Canada??? They did for 2 months but only offered UP$ for shipping(You would end up with at least 200$ of shipping for a 300-400$ order) and probably wondered why nobody was ordering from them after that.
Canadian said:
Yea, Canada would be great. Soon. Cheap. Please?
zerocount said:
Newegg is great! I have bought from them several times, and have never been displeased. I just hope this doesn't affect the pricing for us Americans..
wolfram said:
It would be great if they expand to Mexico too...
truflip said:
move up to canada, sign a contract with purolator and have cheap shipping.. I order from NCIX but the selection newegg has is like.. TWICE as much as NCIX's stock.. newegg would be awesome here. if anything they should partner up with NCIX and provide us canadian with some G.SKill OCing ram =D
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