For supermarket operators the task of getting inventory in and out of distribution centers and on to the stores poses puzzling logistical problems at times. The idea is to be nimble and quick with the product and efficient with the shipping process. However, there are roadblocks along the way. In that regard, supermarket operators are constantly seeking systems and methods to ease the nightmare of scheduling inbound and outbound freight and making sure stores are adequately supplied with ...
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