On Sunday, Walmart announced plans to close the last remaining locations in the country that offer a range of clothing and accessories from the brand’s namesake department store.
The company will also shutter the remaining three locations, all in Florida.
In a statement released Tuesday, Walmart said the stores are no longer profitable.
The chain has said it’s looking to “transform its business model, with the goal of improving customer experience and productivity, and to grow our workforce and drive economic growth.”
Walmart also said it plans to shutter its retail stores in Georgia, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, North Dakota, Ohio, South Carolina, Texas and Virginia.
Walmart is currently the world’s largest retailer, and the company said it expects its revenue to reach $4.5 trillion by 2020, up from $3.4 trillion last year.