The show will go on, barring any unforeseen circumstances. That's the cautious view expressed by Dennis Madsen, vice president, education and operation services, Food Distributors International, Falls Church, Va., about the biggest industry event scheduled after the Sept. 11 terrorist attack on New York and Washington. 24. "It looks fine," he said. "It looks like our traditional logistics audience is coming to meet," he said. "Attendance-wise, we are holding our own, and we are cautiously ...

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