MONTVALE, N.J. -- A&P is implementing a centralized software program for its transportation network that is expected to increase capacity at fleet and distribution centers, improve service levels and reduce costs. Part of Project Great Renewal, announced earlier this spring, the program will help optimize the flow of inbound and outbound goods across suppliers, distribution centers and stores, the company said. Project Great Renewal, now in its second phase, is costing A&P more than ...

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