Food retailers and wholesalers are just starting to use the Internet to negotiate the dangerous curves on the transportation and logistics highways. "There is very little Internet usage being done, if you look at the big picture," said Richard Kochersperger, a Philadelphia-area logistics consultant. However, with the recent relaunch of Web portal Food FleetXchange.com amid hopeful projections of increased volume (several hundred million dollars in 12 to 24 months), the landscape could ...

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