HOUSTON -- Retail and wholesale food distributors need to become more efficient at logistics or they will continue to lose sales and volume to bigger players, like Wal-Mart and cross-channel sellers. That was one of the key points of the annual benchmark report on retail and wholesale distribution center activity released last week at the 2001 Productivity Convention & Exposition here. "For the first time logistics has to become top-of-mind for executives," said Richard Kochersperger, ...
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