Contents 1 Líder Express 1.1 2003–2007 2 Express de Líder 2.1 2007–2016 2.2 2017–present Líder Express 2003–2007 Lider Express was introduced in 2003, replacing the Ekono and Almac brands. Express de Líder 2007–2016 2017–present ◄ EkonoAlmac Express de Líder V • T • E Walmart Retail outlets: North America: United States: Marketside | Sam's Club | Walmart (Supercenters) | Walmart Neighbourhood Market Canada: Walmart Canada Mexico: Bodega Aurrerá | Superama Puerto Rico: Amigo Supermarkets | Walmart South America: Chile: Líder | Express de Líder | Superbodega aCuenta | Central Mayorista V • T • E Grupo Big Owned by Advent International (80%) and Walmart (20%) Pending sale to Grupo Carrefour Brasil (Groupe Carrefour) Hyper/Supermarkets: Big (Bompreço) | Super Bompreço | Nacional | Mercadorama | TodoDia Wholesale / Cash and Carry: Sam's Club1 | Maxxi Atacado Private-label brands: Confiare | Top Chef | Alev | Sentir Bem | +Ekonomico | Member's Mark1 Other: Hipercard2 Former/Defunct: Walmart (Supermercado) 1Licensed by minority owner Walmart. 2Co-owned with Itaú Unibanco Europe and Asia: Japan: Seiyu China: Walmart India: Best Price | Flipkart Consumer brands: Equate | George1 | Great Value | Kid Connection | Sam's Choice | Sam's Cola | Clear American Other asset: @WalmartLabs Former brands: United Kingdom (Asda1): Asda Supercentre | Asda Supermarket | Asda Living | Durabrand | Faded Glory | Puritan | Vudu2 Defunct: Más Club | Mercadorama | Walmart Supermercado | Ekono | Bud's Discount City | Walmart Germany | Walmart South Korea | Walmart Indonesia | Walmart Express Notes 1Minority ownership, majority-owned by EG Group since 2021. 2Acquired by Fandango, which is co-owned by NBCUniversal (70%) and Warner Bros. (30%). Retrieved from "https://logos.fandom.com/wiki/Express_de_Líder?oldid=2005719" Categories: Walmart Chile Supermarkets in Chile Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.