LA JOLLA, Calif. -- Dollar store retailers are seeking customized offerings from consumer packaged goods companies to improve the efficiencies of their supply chain, Jeffrey Sims, vice president, distribution, Dollar General Corp., Goodlettsville, Tenn., said here last week. "We're searching for every leverage to lower costs and make our supply chain more efficient, and we want vendors to move with us," Sims told the 2004 Information Systems and Logistics/Distribution Conference, sponsored ...

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