NEW YORK -- Fleming, Dallas, said it will be able to respond flexibly to decisions made by its supply customer Kmart, as the Troy, Mich.-based retailer reveals how it intends to restructure its business (see related Kmart story, page 4). Mark Hansen, Fleming's chairman and chief executive officer, outlined some of Fleming's possible options should Kmart's efforts to emerge from Chapter 11 bankruptcy result in so many store closings that the retailer was unable to meet the volume ...
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