MINNEAPOLIS -- Palletization of meat products cuts both unloading and turnaround time in the distribution center, according to a study conducted at Supervalu here. Based on the survey results, the wholesaler plans to work with meat packers to change the way they ship meat products to Supervalu. Maximizing use of pallets, along with other methods to improve warehouse and transportation efficiencies, are becoming increasingly crucial as distributors seek ways to make the entire supply chain ...

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