|Predecessor||Delta Maxi Group|
|Founded||30 July 2004(Current form) |
Jurija Gagarina 14, Belgrade,
|Alexandre Royer Quentin (Director)|
|Brands||Maxi, Tempo, Shop&Go|
|Services||Discount stores, hypermarket, supercenter, supermarket, superstore, other specialty|
|Revenue||€850.21 million (2018)|
|€22.55 million (2018)|
|Total assets||€711.03 million (2018)|
|Total equity||€478.39 million (2018)|
|Owner||Lion Retail Holdings (100%)|
Number of employees
|Subsidiaries||TP Srbija d.o.o.|
|Footnotes / references|
Business ID: 17569171
Tax ID: 103482850 
Delhaize Serbia (full legal name: Delhaize Serbia d.o.o. Beograd) or Delhaize Maxi, is a Serbian supermarket chain owned by Ahold Delhaize, with headquarters in Belgrade. Founded in 2000, the chain has around 450 stores in the region. As of 2016, it has 20.60% market share in Serbia.
In Serbia, Maxi became the biggest retail company by acquiring companies C-market and Pekabeta. In March 2011, Ahold Delhaize bought Maxi supermarket chain from Serbian Delta Holding for a sum of 932.5 million euros.
Since 2013, Maxi and Tempo are no longer operating in Montenegro and Albania.
Since 2014, Maxi and Tempo are no longer operating in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The company "Tropic Group" from Banja Luka bought the ownership of 39 retail supermarkets (Tempo, Maxi) from "Delhaize BiH".