SCHENECTADY, N.Y. -- Price Chopper Supermarkets here plans to go live after the first of the year with a computerized dispatch program that takes into account its multistop delivery pattern and its activity-based pay plan for drivers. The retailer will use the program to dispatch trucks carrying all types of products, including dry grocery, frozens, general merchandise and perishables, from its central distribution center here to 93 stores, said Bill Shutt, senior project manager at Price ...

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