Mariya-Ra is a Russian retail chain. The headquarters is located in Barnaul , retail outlets - in the cities of Western Siberia .
|Key figures||Rakshin Alexander Fedorovich , General Director|
|Turnover||45.6 billion rubles ( 2015 ) |
|Number of employees||18000|
The Maria-Ra chain of stores is named after Maria Rakshina, the mother of the founder of the chain, Alexander Fyodorovich Rakshin  .
The first Maria-Ra store was opened in Barnaul in March 1993 on Sovetskaya Street 3. At the beginning of 2000, the company already has 20 stores in the city and suburb of Barnaul. The first self-service store opens in February 2002. In the future, “Maria-Ra” opens only self-service stores, the main format of which is “ convenience store ”.
In November 2002, the network went beyond Barnaul, having begun construction of the largest shopping center in the city of Rubtsovsk with an area of 8,000 m². Since 2005, stores have opened in other cities of the Altai Territory, as well as in neighboring regions.
According to the results of 2009, the company "Maria-Ra" entered the rating of the largest Russian retailers , taking 28th place  .
Revenues for 2014 amounted to ▲ 57.6 billion rubles. The company is in 81th place in the ranking of the largest non-public companies in Russia in 2012 by Forbes magazine  .
As of October 30, 2017, the Maria-Ra retail chain has 946 stores in 237 settlements of the Altai Territory, Altai Republic, Novosibirsk, Tomsk and Kemerovo Regions. Network stores daily serve more than 770,000 customers. The largest chain store is located in the Ogni shopping center in Barnaul .
Part of the products is sold under its own brands: Korovkino, Svezhana, Maria, Pay less - live better!, Velada, Lindo, 7 minutes, Meat Standard, Pyshkin House "," By the cup "," Vegetables "," Schelkariki "and others  .