BEAVERTON, Ore. -- Retailers and wholesalers examining the total supply chain to streamline operations and uncover new revenue sources had best not leave out their paper mill partners. Paper shopping bags and corrugated boxes are every much a part of the product flow companies are struggling to manage more efficiently. What some distributors don't realize, however, is that when the materials are bundled and returned to paper mills, paper products turn profits. The supermarket industry ...
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