United Parcel Service on Friday declared designs to purchase Roadie, a crowd-sourced, same-day delivery company whose major clients incorporate home improvement chain Home Depot.

The tie-up comes after key UPS retail clients like Amazon, Walmart and Target built or purchased gig delivery services to give rapid neighborhood delivery of everything from new food to cumbersome furnishings.

UPS and Roadie didn’t uncover monetary terms of the arrangement, which is planned to shut in the final quarter.

It would add new UPS services with perfect timing for the pinnacle holiday dispatching season when demand for delivery will surge.

“Roadie frequently offers support for shipments not viable with the UPS network in light of their size and transient nature, and regularly on the grounds that they are in shopping sacks without the bundling needed to travel through the UPS framework,” UPS said in an assertion.

Following the finishing of the acquisition, Roadie will keep on working with its current name.

Merchandise transported by Roadie won’t cross into the UPS network and bundles transported by UPS won’t cross into the Roadie network, UPS said.

The union representing UPS delivery drivers didn’t quickly remark on the forthcoming arrangement.

Offers in UPS were up 1% to $191 in midday exchanging. Offers in rival FedEx were down 1.2% to $257.99.