Jet.com, an e-commerce subsidiary of Walmart, announced on Tuesday that it is building a fulfillment center in the Bronx this fall.
It will work with Parcel, a last-mile delivery service that Walmart purchased in 2017, to provide same- and next-day delivery of fresh grocery items and other goods.
Walmart is linking its acquired startups together as the retail giant’s plans to finally invade New York City are becoming more clear.
With not a single Walmart store within city limits, the United States’ largest retailer hasn’t been much of a player in the country’s largest city.
But that could change very soon as Walmart leverages its Jet.com e-commerce brand — headquartered across the Hudson River in Hoboken, New Jersey — to take over the Big Apple.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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