NORTHFIELD, Ill. -- Kraft General Foods here will revamp the way it ships products to retailers beginning Jan. 1, when more than 50 plants and distribution centers will join a national pallet-pooling program. hep USA, Park Ridge, N.J. "The program will not only help KGF and its trading partners lower costs by eliminating the inefficient pallet-exchange process, but will result in higher productivity, improved asset utilization, reduced product damage and improved customer service," said ...

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