Quebec Walmart gets new chief

 Walmart Canada has recently procured a new senior vice president for the area of Quebec and the Maritimes. French national, Xavier Piesvaux succeeds Chantal Glenisson to Senior Vice President Post for Quebec and Eastern Canada. Ms. Glenisson left Walmart in autumn of 2014, to join as the Vice President and CEO of Réno-Dépôt, a sign of Rona.

In his new capacity, Mr. Piesvaux will be in charge of operations of 113 stores Walmart Quebec and the Maritime territories. Quebec alone has 68 stores. Of these, 39 convey the banner of Supercenters, where food supply is provided in addition to the general stock.

Mr. Piesvaux spent the most recent nine years as president and CEO of the Romanian general store chain Mega Image, where he managed 450 stores and more than 7500 employees. In three years, he continued to open a hundred new stores and the construction of two central distribution centers.

As alum of the Ecole Supérieure de Commerce de Montpellier, M. Piesvaux aggregated 23 years in the retail exchange. Other than Romania, Mr Piesvaux likewise made ​​a vocation in China, Brazil and France. Lastly, he also coordinated stores Champion, a chain owned by Carrefour, a major French player in the retail area.