Walmart, DoorDash team up on grocery delivery

Walmart and DoorDash are teaming up to expand Walmart's online grocery delivery service, beginning with the Atlanta metro market. The collaboration, according to a press release, is the beginning of a strategy that will extend the service to reach more...

Pickup towers coming to Long Island Walmart stores

Two Long Island, New York-based Walmart stores are among the 500 nationwide getting the retailer’s newest delivery option — automated pickup towers. The towers will come to Valley Stream and Islandia locations, which are being renovated, according to a Newsday...

Another Amazon fulfillment center slated for Nevada

Amazon plans to open another fulfillment center in Nevada, adding another 1,000 full-time associates to the already 3,000 it employs in the state at three other facilities. The mega omnichannel retailer's fourth center will open in North Las Vegas, according...

Walmart mulling PillPack delivery service acquisition, claim reports

In yet another move to expand way beyond typical retailing Walmart is reportedly mulling the acquisition of medication delivery player PillPack. Discussion on the purchase, estimated by CNBC as under $1 billion, have been going on for months, according to...

Amazon prepping Whole Foods pick-up service, claims report

Amazon is reportedly getting a product pick-up service strategy in place for its Whole Foods Market locations, according to a Motley Fool report. The news comes as retailers and grocers are scrambling to lure shoppers with a myriad of delivery...

Blue Apron prepping in-store meal kit strategy

Meal kit maker Blue Apron is looking to expand outside of the direct-to-consumer subscription strategy and make its meal kits available in stores sometime this year. The multi-channel move, according to a New York Post report, is focused on making Blue Apron's meals more available to homes across the U.S.

Amazon prepping responsive drone technology, claims report

Amazon's drone strategy may include developing drones that respond to a customer's call or wave. The gesture-based technology, according to a New York Post report, are laid out in a patent and include shouting, fast arm waving and a thumbs-up...

Walmart expanding grocery delivery across the country

In the latest shot fired in the battle to provide greater delivery options, Walmart plans to expand its online grocery delivery to more than 40 percent of the U.S. by 2019. Right now, the service is available in six markets...

Amazon debuts first Missouri fulfillment center

The latest Amazon fulfillment center is calling St. Peters, Missouri home. It's the first center in Missouri, according to a press release.

Amazon tracking deliveries with a click of a camera

Apparently Amazon delivery drivers have been snapping photos of packages they've left on doorsteps, and Amazon is now offering the tracking option to consumers. The Amazon Logistics Photo on Delivery, according to PC Magazine, is now available to shoppers who...

Amazon gearing up to be the next FedEX, UPS, claims report

Amazon is prepping a "Shipping with Amazon" service in direct competition with FedEX and UPS, according to the New York Post, citing a Wall Street Journal report.   The service will pick up items from businesses to deliver to consumers and is expected to initially launch in Los Angeles, stated the report.

Amazon may be mulling new wrist tracking device

A New York Post report reveals Amazon has two patents related to a device that may track a worker's hand while on the job.   The report stated the wristband would tap ultrasonic sound or possibly radio transmission to track hands during inventory work.

New home furnishing retail chain coming to Long Island

HomeSense, a home furniture and accessory retailer owned by T.J. Maxx and HomeGoods, plans to launch two stores on Long Island, New York. The locations, in Riverhead and Commack, according to a Newsday report, will sell home décor as well as cleaning products, hardware and storage supplies.

Target buys Shipt to shore up delivery strategy

Target is buying Shipt, a same-day delivery platform, for $550 million in cash in its strategy to boost fulfillment efforts. The news comes as retailers race to meet customer expectations now that they value speedy delivery over price, as Retail...

Report: Amazon's armor could be cracked

There may be an opportunity for retail brands to grab share from Amazon. But it would likely be due to a move by Amazon. A SmarterHQ report claims 82 percent of Amazon's Prime users — consumers who pay an annual...

Retail is all about delivery, fast and quick delivery

The top factor playing into the holiday season is the retailer's capability to deliver product fast and quick. Same-day delivery is a key factor in where shoppers shop and reveals a high correlation with consumers' purchase intent and brand loyalty,...

Costco expands delivery options

Costco is now offering same-day and two-day delivery via a new internal program and a partnership with Instacart. The delivery expansion comes on the heels of retailers, including Best Yet, striving to get goods into the hands of the consumer...

Walmart grabs up small NY warehouse

In its quest to provide same-day delivery on par with its ecommerce arm, Jet.com, Walmart has bought a New York City delivery company boasting a warehouse. The Brooklyn-based Parcel, according to an AP report in Newsday, already knows how to...

Walmart's Jet.com prepping private label brand

Jet.com, now an ecommerce arm of Walmart, is getting ready to launch a private label product line boasting over 60 household and food items. The move comes as competition is increasing dramatically in the omnichannel retail space.

Walmart readying same-day delivery for NYC customers

Free, same-day delivery will soon be offered by Walmart in the New York City area. The delivery move will put the retailer in sync with its acquired ecommerce arm, Jet.com, which already offers city residents such service, according to a...

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