Wal-Mart will begin opening new stores across Europe on Monday, with the first in London.
The company plans to open its new UK stores at 12am on Monday.
The first store in London, called “The Big Day”, will be a full-service grocery store with a range of goods, as well as food, drinks and snacks.
In the UK, it will be the world’s first Walmart Supercentre, which will have a range and an array of products, including the company’s new mobile ordering system.
It is expected to open in the middle of next year.
A second store in the UK will be open in September.
Walmart’s new UK store is set to open on Monday afternoon.
The opening of the new UK Walmart Supercenter will be followed by the opening of a new store in Dublin, which is to open by November.
It will be part of a $1.2 billion expansion of the UK store.
The new store will be based at the Dublin hub of the Walmart Supermarket chain.
The next store is planned to open next year in the west of England, which already has a Walmart Superstore.
The UK store will open alongside the UK’s first ever online ordering service, Walmart Go, which was launched earlier this year.
The service will enable customers to order products online and pay for them on-the-spot at any of the six Walmart Supermarkets in the country.
The move comes as Walmart has been making a bid to expand its global footprint and expand its supply chain.
Walmart has announced that it plans to expand the number of Walmart Superstores it operates in the United States and the UK in the next two years, with a planned 1,000 stores to be operational by 2020.
The Walmart Super Centre in the US, the largest Walmart store in Europe, will be able to offer its own range of products and groceries.
This will be one of the first stores to offer online ordering, as part of the launch of Walmart Go in November 2020.
In 2017, Walmart said that it would expand its US footprint to 50 locations, bringing the total to more than 100.
Walmart will also open a new Walmart SuperCentre in the city of Melbourne, Australia, which aims to offer Walmart’s grocery products to Australians for a low price.
Walmart is also set to expand a number of its retail outlets in the coming years, as it expands its footprint in Europe.
The chain is planning to open 1,100 stores in 2019 and 1,300 stores in 2020.