MaxValu

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Maxvalu Tokai Co., Ltd. (マックスバリュ東海株式会社, Makkusubaryu Tōkai Kabushiki-gaisha) (TYO: 8198) or MaxValu is a Japanese retail store chain. Until 2000 it was named Yaohan, but changed its name after its bankruptcy and takeover by the ÆON Group.

MaxValu in other countries[edit]

Thailand[edit]

In 2008, the owners ÆON Group rebranded all JUSCO stores in Thailand to Maxvalu Tokai. In 2012, Maxvalu Tokai in Thailand had a total of 68 stores. Maxvalu Tokai in Thailand has two formats and brands of supermarket:

  • MaxValu Supermarket (Thai: แม็กซ์แวลู ซูเปอร์มาเก็ต) is a full-scale format of supermarket, around 1,000-3,000 square meters.
  • MaxValu Tanjai (Thai: แม็กซ์แวลู ทันใจ) is a mini-scale format of supermarket, around 300-800 square meters.

Malaysia[edit]

In Malaysia all MaxValu stores are known as Pasar Raya MaxValu (MaxValu Supermarket in Malay). They take up a smaller format and branded as convenience stores, being significantly smaller than the usual JUSCO outlets in Malaysia. They are open for business 10:00 to 23:00 daily.

China[edit]

Maxvalu in Happy Valley, Zhujiang New Town, Tianhe, Guangzhou.

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