NEW ORLEANS -- As gets ready to enter Phoenix and Austin, it will be relying on a "well-architectured" logistics backbone, said Kelby Hagar, president and founder, speaking during the Council of Logistics Management conference here. This is the first expansion of the Dallas-based on-line grocer since it entered into a strategic alliance with Safeway, Pleasanton, Calif., earlier this year, and received an infusion of capital as a result. The Phoenix and Austin expansions are ...

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