CHICAGO -- Oshawa Foods' ambitious logistics vision calls for revamping its entire supply chain system to meet a new set of customer requirements. The distributor, for example, is determined to see that products, including direct-store-delivery items, are delivered to stores as often as necessary on weekends, when 40% of business is now conducted and out-of-stocks run as high as 11% in some categories. Oshawa is set on guaranteeing that perishables items, especially produce, take no longer ...

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