FOUNTAIN, Colo. -- King Soopers expects first orders to ship from its new GHC warehouse here later this month as it begins supplying nonfood to several Dillon Cos. divisions, owned by Kroger Co. Operation of the 365,000-square-foot facility, which features semi-automated equipment, will improve King Soopers competitiveness in nonfood retailing, said industry observers familiar with the chain. Although he wouldn't comment on the warehouse's effect on nonfood at retail, Bill Deckman, general ...

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