Walmart invites Indian businesses to sell in US through its online marketplace

Karnataka- Bengaluru: Walmart, the world's largest retailer, has welcomed Indian businesses to use its delivery system and marketplace to reach customers in other countries.

In a statement, Walmart stated, "Walmart is currently encouraging chosen Indian vendors to apply to join Walmart Marketplace, a curated sellers community that serves more than 120 million US customers each month."

This effort builds on Walmart's two decades relationship with Indian exporters. Walmart has set an ambitious target of exporting USD 10 billion from India each year by 2027, making it one of the company's top sourcing markets.

In India, a specialised Cross Border Trade team has been established to assist sellers with their on-boarding and growth on the platform. It assists local sellers in complying with applicable international regulations and Walmart Responsible Sourcing standards, as well as developing new product lines and improving their packaging, marketing, supply chain management, and other capabilities in order to upgrade their operations for export success.

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