PLEASANTON, Calif. -- Safeway here is installing an inbound freight-management system to optimize inbound transportation for the company's 1,368 stores from its headquarters here. By implementing a supply-chain management solution, "Safeway will be able to optimize freight movements more effectively into our distribution facilities," said Brian Smolenyak, director of corporate traffic at Safeway. Safeway views the new software "as the building block in our effort to achieve an integrated ...

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