Liverpool (store)

company_name = El Puerto de Liverpool S.A.B. de C.V.
company_type = Department store (Mexican Stock Exchange: [ LIVEPOL] )
company_slogan = "Es parte de mi vida"
foundation = 1847
location = Mexico City, Mexico
key_people = José Calderón Muñoz de Cote, (CEO)
industry = Retail
num_employees = 30,000
products = clothes, cosmetics, electronics, furniture
revenue =
net_income =
homepage = []

Liverpool ("El Puerto de Liverpool S.A.B. de C.V.") is the biggest chain of department stores in Mexico, operating over 60 stores throughout Mexico and continuing to grow. Liverpool is a mall owner and operator too, including Perisur and Galerías Monterrey.


Liverpool, first called "The Cloth Case", was founded in 1847 by Jean-Baptiste Ebrard, a Frenchman who first started selling clothes in cases in Mexico City's downtown. In 1872, he started importing merchandise from Europe. Much of the merchandise was shipped via Liverpool, England, prompting Ebrard to adopt the name "Liverpool" for his store, in 1862 he opened its second store and since then it has not stopped growing.

Liverpool Locations

Northern Mexico

*Monterrey (3)

Central & Southern Mexico

*Duty Free Cancún
*Duty Free Los Cabos
*Duty Free Playa del Carmen
*Mexico City (11)
*Puerto Vallarta
*Santiago de Querétaro
*Tuxtla Gutiérrez

Fashion Fest

Fashion Fest of Liverpool its an annual festival that covers new fashion trends for the new seasons, it has reunited some of the most important supermodels like: Valeria Mazza, Esther Cañadas, Eva Herzigova, Cindy Crawford, Heidi Klum, Gisele Bündchen and in 2008, Adriana Lima.

Fabricas de Francia

Stores under the name Fabricas de Francia (English: "France Factories") belong to Liverpool as well but don't carry the name. Fabricas de Francia are found in 25 cities, operating and working in the same fashion that Liverpool does.

Fabricas de Francia Locations

Northern Mexico

*Ciudad Juárez
*Ciudad Obregón
*Mazatlán (2)

Central & Southern Mexico

*Guadalajara (5)
*Mexico City
*Poza Rica
*San Luis Potosí

hopping Malls Operated by Liverpool

*Galerias Monterrey
*Galerias Metepec
*Galerias Queretaro
*Galerias Guadalajara
*Galerias Cuernavaca
*Galerias Coapa
*Galerias Insurgentes
*Galerias Vallarta
*Galerias Tabasco
*Galerias Mérida

External links

* [ Liverpool]
* [ Fabricas de Francia Official Site]

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