MINNEAPOLIS — Supervalu here on Wednesday said it had agreed to sell its supply-chain management subsidiary, Total Logistic Control, to Ryder Integrated Logistics. A purchase price was not disclosed, and the deal is expected to close on Dec. 31. Supervalu acquired TLC in 2005 for $233 million as it sought to bolster its third-party logistics services business. Supervalu since then has become more focused on its retail operations. Ryder, based in Miami, said it intends to retain the current ...

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