(Source: Inside Retail Philippines | 6 June 2016)
WalMart Stores Inc has announced plans to test its grocery delivery service with ride-hailing companies Uber and Lyft in the next two weeks in Denver and Phoenix.
That’s in addition to a quiet pilot program that started in March with Deliv for its Sam’s Club customers that involves delivery of general merchandise and grocery for business members in Miami, Florida in the US.
Customers pay WalMart the regular $US7 to $US10 delivery charge online and make no payments to the driver.
The moves come as WalMart is also expanding its curbside grocery delivery to 14 new markets for a total of 54 in over US 200 stores.