MONTVALE, N.J. -- A&P here is expanding its commitment to self-scanning technology with the upcoming pilot of a new stationary self-checkout system in two stores. The retailer plans to install the new self-checkout system by the end of this month at one Michigan and one New Jersey supermarket, according to Frank Urbaniak, vice president of retail support systems, A&P. If the test of the new technology is successful, A&P will consider a wider rollout of the units, he said. The ...

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