SCHENECTADY, N.Y. -- Price Chopper Supermarkets here will equip its main grocery warehouse later this month with a new inventory management system designed to greatly reduce store order lead times and out-of-stocks. The system will enable the retailer to begin using radio-frequency-based computers on forklifts and lay the groundwork for increased use of pallet bar coding, cross-docking and flow-through logistics practices, said Ron Cellupica, vice president of distribution and ...

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