When it comes to supply chain initiatives in 1997, retailers and wholesalers said they plan to focus more attention on areas such as cross docking, radio frequency technology and fleet management. Distributors also cited enhancing sales forecasting capabilities and developing integrated logistics strategies as key priorities in the new year. Prudencio Pineda, senior vice president of warehousing and distribution at Minyard Food Stores, Coppell, Texas, for example, said that launching a ...
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