Apply to be a Supplier

Our suppliers fit into multiple categories, and together, they make up a pool of over 100,000 businesses worldwide. They’re how we provide the products our customers want and need. Check out the different types of suppliers to see where you fit. If your business is located in the United States, we ask you to complete our application process to be considered to sell products in stores or online.
  • A male is writing notes with a laptop and coffee cup on the table
    Getting Started
    No matter which type of supplier you choose to apply for, use this supplier checklist to assist you in expediting the onboarding process for becoming a qualified supplier for Walmart Inc.
  • A female associate is helping a female customer
    Store & Club
    Walmart and Sam’s Club suppliers offer the products we stock in our stores and clubs across the nation. Some of our product suppliers are multi-billion-dollar companies, and some are local businesses with just a few employees.

    To get started as a Store or Club supplier, click here to begin the qualification process.
  • An associate helping to fulfill an eCommerce order
    eCommerce
    Walmart.com and Samsclub.com suppliers provide online products to our customers. Online suppliers utilize the same onboarding process as our Store/Club Suppliers with a few differences.

    Our online suppliers supply customers in one or both of the followings ways:


    1. Ship to Warehouse: The supplier will ship products to a Walmart fulfillment center. We will house inventory and ship to customers.

    2. Ship to Customer: The supplier will ship the products directly to the customer (or store), also known as a Drop Ship Vendor (DSV.)

    To get started as an eCommerce Supplier, click here to begin the qualification process.
  • Marketplace small business owner stands in front of a bicycle
    Marketplace
    Walmart Marketplace is available to select third party retailers who would like to offer their products to more than 90 million unique visitors who shop on Walmart.com every month. Customers can find third-party Marketplace products by browsing or searching Walmart.com. Items sold by third-party sellers are noted in the item information in search results, online shelves and on item pages.

    To get started as a Walmart Marketplace seller, click here to begin the qualification process.
  • Freight Ships
    Direct Import
    To bring our customers the lowest prices and best products possible, we work with suppliers from across the globe. If you’re interested in becoming a Direct Import product supplier, please follow one of the paths below:

    US Market Direct Import Suppliers: To get started as a Direct Import supplier, click here to begin the qualification process.

    Non-US Market Direct Import Suppliers: Please contact Walmart Sourcing and Procurement at gsnwpodt@wal-mart.com, and we will connect you to the relevant sourcing associates. If your item meets our sourcing needs, the Sourcing and Procurement Team will contact you directly for next steps.
  • Walmart Neighborhood Market Pickup & Services Department
    Service & Non-Resale
    If you have a service or other non-retail product, please click on the vendor overview links below to learn how to get started.

    Getting Started | Building Goods Not for Resale | Technology and Professional Services | Other Services | In-Store Leasing - Tenants