ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- A test of a "warehouse of the future" concept by C&S Wholesale Grocers with a single retail customer has increased throughput and cut costs at a C&S warehouse, according to the president of a company that supplies C&S. Ronald J. Wright, president of ES3, Keane, N.H., a third-party logistics company spun off from C&S, Brattleboro, Vt., and now a supplier to C&S, said that at the downsized test warehouse throughput doubled and costs were lowered ...

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