NORWALK, Conn. -- Super Grade A ShopRite here has documented substantial productivity and sales gains in its Brookfield, Conn., store by using electronic shelf labels. "Since we no longer had to do manual price changes, productivity increased strongly enough for us to get 15 to 20 additional cases per hour stocked on shelves," said Thomas Tully, grocery manager for Super Grade A. In addition, sales per man- hour -- determined by measuring the number of hours allotted to stocking a specific ...

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