Distributors have their eyes set on expanded use of bar coding and radio frequency technology as key ways to dramatically enhance productivity throughout the supply chain. But it may take some time to arrive at that promised land where the vast majority of product orders, deliveries, shipments and transportation scheduling are encoded on scannable labels and integrated into computerized systems. Nevertheless, retailers and wholesalers are forging ahead with aggressive plans in this area, ...

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