ATLANTA -- Re-engineering product movement from the store receiving area to the shelf could result in potential savings of more than $14 billion industrywide, according to the Implementing Store Efficient Consumer Response study. The full study, to be released at the Food Marketing Institute Convention next month, will make recommendations on how to improve efficiency and potentially save $14.19 billion in the areas of ordering, receiving, merchandising, labor scheduling and incentives, ...
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