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Metro Vietnam was officially renamed

On 07th January 2016, the TCC Holdings Group of Thailand completed the acquisition of Metro Cash & Carry Vietnam under the retailer group  Metro AG – Germany. By July 2016, Metro Vietnam was renamed as Mega Market Vietnam.

However, recently, according to the press Law of Ho Chi Minh City, TTC has just officially dismantled the old signboard at Metro An Phu in District 2, Ho Chi Minh City and replaced it with the signboard MM Mega Market.

On January 2016, after completing the transfer of Metro Vietnam, TCC announced to keep the name and the development goals, products and services as before in order to meet the needs of more than a million customers in Vietnam market.

However, by July 2016, Metro Vietnam was unexpectedly renamed as MM Mega Market Ltd..

Metro’s branches in provinces
Metro’s branches in provinces

According to the information published on the website of Mega Market Vietnam, the company currently owns 19 wholesale centers operating across the country, with 03 centers in Ho Chi Minh, 03 ones in Hanoi, and 01 one in city center of Bien Hoa, Binh Duong, Vung Tau, Can Tho, Long Xuyen, Qui Nhon, Da Nang, Hai Phong, Vinh, Ha Long, Nha Trang, Buon Ma Thuot, Rach Gia and especially the latest one in Ha Dong.

In addition, to improve and ensure the product quality giving to the customers, Mega Market Vietnam also has 02 centers  of transiting and distributing fruits and vegetables located in Lam Dong and fresh fishes located in Can Tho; 02 stationery specialist centers in Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi.

Also according to information from the press Law of Ho Chi Minh City, in addition to the replacement of signboards, some areas inside Metro An Phu in District 2, Ho Chi Minh City are  arranged differently from it previously.

Metro has entered the Vietnam market since 2002, specializing in the wholesale segment.

On January 2016, Metro Vietnam (including 19 supermarkets and many relating real estate) was bought up by TCC Holdings at EUR 655 million, equivalent to VND 16,000 billion.

 According to Van Ha / The press Gia Dinh Vietnam

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