RevolutionParts partners with Walmart for same-day delivery

Dan Berthiaume
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Revolution Parts is collaborating with Walmart GoLocal.

An e-commerce platform that connects automotive parts buyers and sellers, is offering same-day delivery via Walmart’s hosted offering.

RevolutionParts is adding the Walmart white-label GoLocal  “delivery-as-a-service” platform to its suite of delivery options known as “RP Shipping.” Automotive parts buyers and sellers can order products online via the RevolutionParts platform, including original equipment manufacturer replacement parts, and select same-day delivery at checkout. 

Same-Day delivery is one of several offerings RevolutionParts provides to automotive parts sellers through its RP Shipping suite, along with discounted rates and shipping protection.

"We’re focused on creating an exceptional e-commerce and shipping experience for automotive parts and accessories retailers and bringing them cutting-edge tools to grow and scale their business,” said Ibrahim Mesbah, CEO of RevolutionParts. “Offering same-day delivery with Walmart GoLocal will further expand our reach and bring added convenience to automotive parts buyers and sellers nationwide.”

“Removing friction in e-commerce fulfillment is paramount to delivering an exceptional customer experience,” said Eliza Wendel, senior director and head of sales and business development at Walmart GoLocal. “We’re thrilled to be teaming up with RevolutionParts as they expand their local delivery capabilities 

RevolutionParts enables automotive parts and accessories sales across North America. The company’s core focus is on delivering an enterprise-ready retail and wholesale commerce platform for parts.

Walmart GoLocal – a primer

Walmart initially launched its white-label GoLocal “delivery-as-a-service” offering in October 2021. The managed service platform provides nationwide delivery capabilities on a range of products, including those with size and complex requirements, as well as the flexibility to meet varying timelines.

The discount giant built the service on the existing infrastructure supporting the Express Delivery same-day delivery service it rolled out in 2020. This includes drones, autonomous vehicles and market fulfillment centers.

Walmart said at the time of launch it planned to rapidly expand GoLocal to offer additional services. So far, these have included a partnership with e-commerce platform provider Cogentry Labs to provide an integrated white-label, turnkey e-commerce delivery solution to mid-sized and independent grocery retailers; as well as a collaboration with Delivery Solutions as a last-mile delivery service provider.

Walmart’s initial GoLocal managed delivery partner was home improvement giant The Home Depot. Specialty apparel retailer Chico’s FAS has also partnered with Walmart GoLocal, and more recently bookstore chain Books-A-Million introduced same- and next-day delivery across its 231 locations nationwide using the service.