MINNEAPOLIS -- Nash Finch Co. plans to convert all 20 of its distribution centers to the same computer hardware and software systems over the next three years to facilitate regional and centralized buying and companywide promotions. The distributor also plans to use several Efficient Consumer Response initiatives to reduce actual overall expenses this year by 5%, said Al Flaten, Nash Finch's president, at the company's annual shareholders meeting here. The 5% expense reduction will exclude ...

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