SCHENECTADY, N.Y. -- Price Chopper Supermarkets here plans to improve the tracking of its inventory upon receiving and shipping, when it expands its warehouse management system to its frozens and general merchandise warehouses starting this summer. "This system, coupled with radio frequency technology, will allow us to convert all our warehouse activities into real time, and work toward a paperless environment," said Renato Cellupica, vice president of distribution for Price Chopper. Use ...

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