AMERICAN FORK, Utah -- International Automated Systems here, a company that currently operates one U-Check store, said it is preparing to build its second highly automated self-service supermarket, to be followed by a national roll-out. IAS plans to have U-Check stores in all 50 states, with at least several to open in the next six to 12 months, said Randy Johnson, vice president of marketing. Some stores will be run by IAS with partners, described by Johnson as "large retail chains and ...
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