SCARBOROUGH, Maine - Hannaford Bros. here is planning to roll out a computer-assisted ordering system for warehouse-delivered Center Store products as well as direct-store-delivery products over the next 18 months to its 150 stores. Those plans, as well as the results of pilots for the system, were described last month at the Grocery Manufacturers Association's Information Systems/Logistics Distribution Conference in Tucson, Ariz. CAO, which allows stores to shift from a manual store ...

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