Transportation operations, one of the last key logistics areas to take advantage of automated-technology's efficiencies, are getting up to speed. Onboard computers that allow real-time communication and help make driver labor standards possible, as well as routing and yard-management software, are providing significant savings and improved customer service for an increasing number of distributors. Associated Food Stores, Salt Lake City, for example, started combining frozen and produce ...

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