ATLANTA -- Tesco Stores, London, said innovative technology programs have yielded savings from its supplier docks to its store shelves. Tesco has strengthened several links of its supply chain, making substantial investments in electronic data interchange, warehouse bar-coding and computer-assisted ordering, among others. As a result, inventories in some stores have been slashed by 60% and labor costs have been reduced by about $30 million. "Our key enabler is our investment in ...

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