TROY, Mich. -- In a move to consolidate logistics and transportation services, Super Kmart Centers here has entered into a distribution-services agreement with a third-party logistics company for two of its distribution centers in the Midwest. Two more facilities, one in the mid-Atlantic region and the other on the West Coast, are also scheduled for outsourcing. The program is aimed at reducing costs by integrating and consolidating less-than-truckload distribution, according to a source ...

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