MONTVALE, N.J. -- A&P, which has been struggling lately, is now in the process of contacting manufacturers in order to collaborate on ways to drive out costs in the supply chain, according to Don Wojtal, vice president of supply chain and logistics development for the retailer, based here. "We stepped back," Wojtal said, "and thought about what we were really trying to get at. We looked at where we were good and where we were weak." The upshot was that the chain decided "it was ...

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