KANSAS CITY, Kan. -- Associated Wholesale Grocers here is rolling out arm-mounted radio frequency devices in its second warehouse after initial testing here resulted in significant accuracy improvements. The company's Fort Scott, Kan., warehouse for general merchandise and health and beauty care products will be operational with the new system by year-end, said Michael Frank, vice president of distribution. Eventually, Associated hopes to have all warehouses using the new technology. ...

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