MIAMI -- Phase three of a retail field test of the MIT-developed electronic product code is set to begin, according to an executive at Procter & Gamble, a participant in the test. Speaking at the Logicon 2003 logistics and supply chain management conference, C. Larry Kellam, director, supply network innovation, for Cincinnati-based P&G, said the field test would begin during "the next 30 days" at a Wal-Mart store in Broken Arrow, Okla., near Tulsa, where the first two phases of the ...
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