ATLANTA -- Oshawa Foods, a division of Oshawa Group, Etobicoke, Ontario, has slashed costs and inefficiencies by outsourcing all warehousing and transportation operations. Among the immediate payoffs were reduced per-case handling costs, increased on-time deliveries and service levels, said Jonathan Wolfe, president and chief operating officer for Oshawa Foods, a retail-wholesale company serving more than 350 stores. During a presentation at the CIES Logistics Management Program here late ...

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