Friday, September 14, 2018

Walmart should buy Yoga instructor to delivery service unit in Mexico Walmex

Mexico City (Reuters)-the Walmart de Mexico, the country's largest retailer, said on Thursday that the controller Walmart has entered into an agreement to buy the delivery service of Latin American foods Cornershop for 225 million dollars. The company, known as Walmex, also said that Walmart plans to immediately or soon sell Cornershop's operations in Mexico for your Mexican unit. The Cornershop also operates in Chile. "The acquisition of Cornershop marks a big step toward reaching our goal of becoming the best omnicanal retailer in Mexico," said Walmex Chief Executive, William Leo, in a statement to the stock market of Mexico. The Cornershop currently offers deliveries for various formats of shops Walmex, along with several other specialty food markets and supplies. The service will continue as an "open platform" conducting deliveries for a variety of retailers, "according to Walmex. The agreement must be completed before the end of the year.
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