SCARBOROUGH, Maine -- In a move that could save it up to 12% a year on transportation costs, Hannaford Bros. Markets here said last week it will switch to a Web-based service to manage its transport logistics. Hannaford officials said the new Web-based, digital system, which can track orders in real time, will be used to coordinate all inbound and outbound transportation activity for the 115-store chain that operates under the banners of Hannaford Bros. Markets and Shop 'N Save stores. It ...

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