Target Boosts E-Commerce Sales 32%, Expands Restock To Two More Markets

It didn’t take long after acquiring a logistics provider for Target to reveal it has expanded its next-day essentials delivery service, Target Restock. On August 15, Target expanded the pilot program from Minneapolis to tests in the Dallas-Fort Worth and Denver markets.

The expansion comes at a convenient time for Target, which saw Q2 digital sales jump 32% and total sales increase 1.6% to $16.43 billion. The retailer has continued to invest in its e-Commerce channel to keep up with Amazon and Walmart. At the same time, the retailer will thrust more than $7 billion in capital over the next three years into the revamping of 600 brick-and-mortar stores.

In addition to bringing Restock…