PORTLAND, Ore. -- Direct-store delivery is destined to change. Executives speaking during a panel at an industry event here last week predicted that the use of innovative technology now on the horizon promises to alleviate one of the most intractable problems associated with direct-store-delivered product, namely bottlenecks caused as product is checked in at store level. The solution to that labor-intensive problem could involve a change as fundamental as moving product typically ...
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