The fallout from Fleming's collapse a year ago is still unsettled and in play, though most of the volume has been dispersed for the time being among an array of other wholesalers, industry sources told SN. Some of that volume is still up for grabs, several wholesalers pointed out, though it may be years before it finds a permanent slot in someone's warehouse. For now, some wholesalers are still assessing their capacity, and as short-term contracts come up for renewal, retailers will ...
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