Walmart is closing its Kansas City store and closing its entire U.S. headquarters in the state, the company announced Thursday.
The company said it was closing the stores in the two biggest metropolitan areas of Kansas City and Kansas City, Missouri, on Friday.
The Kansas City facility is expected to be the last remaining Walmart store in the city.
The chain has closed at least two U.C.L.A. campuses, a Walmart Supercenter in El Segundo and the company’s corporate headquarters in Bentonville, Arkansas.
Walmart said that it was planning to shutter all its U.K. stores and shut down its U,K.
Walmart had announced earlier this year that it would close its U.,K.
facilities by the end of 2019.
The retailer said it had already shuttered one store in South Wales, England, and a second store in Sheffield, England.
Walmart’s decision to close U.KS. stores is the latest in a series of announcements by the chain in the U.k. to cut jobs and close stores.
In July, the chain announced it was ceasing operations in Wales, Wales and South Wales and would shutter its headquarters in Cardiff, Wales.
The closures came as Walmart continued to reduce its workforce in the United Kingdom and the United States, as the company laid off about 1,300 workers.