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Trendspotting: Walmart expanding InHome service

By
Craig Levitt, managing editor

Walmart is ramping up its InHome delivery service. Currently, InHome is available to 6 million households across the U.S. with plans to reach 30 million by the end of the year.

sdf“We’ve been operating InHome in select markets over the last two years and have found it is a perfect solution for customers who want to live their lives without worrying about making it to the store or being home to accept a delivery,” said Tom Ward, senior vice president of last mile at Walmart U.S. “Identifying ways to help our customers save time and money is our purpose, and nothing showcases that better than InHome delivery, which is why we’re excited to bring the convenience of InHome to even more customers in 2022.”

The discounter will support the expansion by building out a fleet of 100 percent all-electric delivery vans. Along those lines, Walmart signed an agreement to reserve 5,000 of BrightDrop’s EV600 and smaller EV410 electric delivery vans to support the retail giant’s growing last mile delivery network and goal of operating a zero-emissions logistics fleet by 2040. BrightDrop is a technology company specializing in electronic delivery solutions.

"As important as it is that we save our customers time and money through convenient delivery options, it’s just as important that we focus on creating a more sustainable last mile delivery fleet that avoids emissions,” said Ward. “BrightDrop’s proven ability to bring a sustainable electric van to market makes them a great partner to support our growing InHome delivery service, and we look forward to continue driving our goal of operating a 100 percent zero-emissions logistics fleet by 2040."

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November 28, 2022

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