SCHENECTADY, N.Y. -- Concern about the quality of standard wooden pallets has led Price Chopper Supermarkets here to expand its third-party pallet-leasing program. The retailer has signed a contract with National Pallet Leasing Systems, Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Price Chopper already has approximately 10,000 pallets from Chep, Orlando, Fla., in its distribution center, and expects to continue using Chep to fulfill some of its pallet needs. Price Chopper will begin adding NPLS pallets to its ...
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