Ars Technic’s sister site, The Verge, is also reporting on this.
Lowes announced the move on Tuesday, saying the move will “bring together all of the elements that make Lowes the premier moving boxes manufacturer.”
Lowes, which was founded in 1901 and has been in the business for more than 80 years, will be partnering with the online retailer, Amazon.com.
Lowels move to Amazon Amazon moving boxes have been in use at the company’s retail stores for years.
They can be used for moving, storing and picking up items, as well as for transporting packages.
Amazon will be selling Lowes boxes through its Prime Now service, which lets you buy items and get them delivered right to your door.
The move comes amid a growing trend for retailers to take advantage of the rise of VR technology, and the introduction of Amazon Prime, the popular subscription service, that allows customers to buy content and get it delivered to their homes.
Walmart is the only major retailer that currently sells Lowes moving box, but the company said it was adding the move to its existing inventory.
Walmart says it plans to have the boxes available in stores by the end of 2017.
Lowel’s move comes as Amazon has been expanding its selection of moving boxes.
In May, the company announced a new line of Lowels that will feature a variety of features that could be used in mixed reality applications.
Walmart has been adding low-priced Lowes to its Prime and other offerings since the start of the year, but this move is the first time Lowels will be offered in a store.
Walmart did not immediately respond to Ars’ request for comment.