TRACY, Calif. -- Summit Logistics here -- the third-party owner and operator of the distribution center that supplies 245 Safeway stores in northern California, Nevada and Hawaii -- and Safeway, Pleasanton, Calif., told SN last week operations at the facility are returning to normal. Operations were disrupted in the first days of a strike by Teamsters Local 439 the previous week. Despite these reassurances, an analyst who follows Safeway said the strike might hurt revenues and earnings ...

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