Learn how to download an up-to-date list of all Walmart Stores in the United States and the Distribution Centers that each store is aligned with.
One of the most frequently asked questions that we receive from Walmart suppliers is, "Is there a master list of Walmart Stores and Distribution Centers?".
And the answer is, Yes!
Walmart is constantly updating their list of stores and distribution centers. This list not only includes the store information, but also which Distribution Centers supply each Walmart store. This can be very useful for your Logistics team, so we have created this article to show Walmart suppliers how to easily pull this information from Retail Link.
But first, let's take a look at the various types of Walmart distribution centers. This is important, since your company might only be fulfilling your orders through a specific type of Distribution Center.
The process of getting a current list of Walmart Stores and Distribution Centers is surprisingly easy. There is no need to build a custom query in Decision Support. You simply navigate to the correct page and download the Excel document!
That's it! The Excel document has several tabs for Stores, Distribution Centers, Sam's Clubs, New Stores, Comp Stores, and more!
You can download a recent Walmart Store and Distribution Center list below. We update this document once a month, but you can always login to your Retail Link account and grab the most recent document!
As you can see, gathering a list Walmart stores and Distribution Centers is easy. However, how do you see which stores your items are selling in, the corresponding sales volume, inventory, and more? Fortunately, we can show you how to build this report and many others in our Walmart Retail Link Fundamentals workshop. This workshop takes a deep dive into the most commonly used applications in Retail Link®, including powerful report creation, supply chain, forecasting and replenishment — even OTIF!
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