Walmart ChinaWalmart China began in 1996 with the opening of a supercenter and Sam’s Club in Shenzhen. To date, Walmart operates a Global Sourcing Office and stores under a number of formats and banners. In June 2016, Walmart and JD.com, China’s largest e-commerce company by revenue, announced a strategic alliance to better serve consumers across China through a powerful combination of e-commerce and retail. For more information on the strategic alliance, go here.President & CEO: Wern-Yuen Tan
The average Walmart Supercenter store in China is nearly 164,000 sq. ft., and provides customers tens of thousands of types of fresh foods, clothes, household appliances, grocery, etc. The Walmart Supercenter provides a one-stop shopping experience for customers.
The average Sam's Club is approximately 230,000 sq. ft. and offers bulk groceries and general merchandise. The club offers 4,500+ high quality-to-price ratio items in categories including: fresh foods, dry groceries, household appliances, furniture, clothes and more. The commodities sold in Sam's Club usually come in large and simple composite packages, lowering the costs through purchasing in large quantities. The stores usually provide at least 1,500 free parking spaces for its members.
At Walmart China, we’re committed to operating responsibly and helping create better lives for our associates, customers and the communities where we operate.
Walmart China is committed to helping people live better through Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiatives in three main fields: Women’s Economic Empowerment, Children’s Food Safety & Nutrition, Sustainability & Community.
We continue to invest in energy efficient stores and distribution centers, saving customers money and minimizing our environmental footprint. We leverage our expertise and resources to support local issues, ranging from hunger and education to disaster relief.
View the 2019 Environmental, Social & Governance Report to learn more about Walmart’s global initiatives.