ANAHEIM, Calif. -- Companies can improve frozen-food logistics costs by reducing the number of warehouses, offering more access to information, and providing customers with value-added services. "[The] successful companies offer expanded access to logistics information, directly and through electronic data transfer. And they increase their participation with customers by offering them value-added services," said William Drumm, president of Herbert W. Davis & Co., Fort Lee, N.J. Efforts ...
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