PEWAUKEE, Wis. -- Less than a year after a fire destroyed its Evansville, Ind., perishables distribution center, Roundy's here has built a new and improved Evansville facility. The new 125,000-square-foot facility, currently operating on a limited basis, will replace the warehouse that was destroyed by a fire on Feb. 26, 1998. The new facility is "state of the art in terms of design for utilization of computerized selection techniques," said David Busch, corporate vice president of ...

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