EL SEGUNDO, Calif. -- Manufacturers are forging ahead with initiatives to enhance business practices with individual customers, but they have yet to gain substantial and widespread advantages in logistics performance. That was one of the key findings from a major survey of grocery manufacturers conducted by Computer Sciences Corp. here and sponsored by the Grocery Manufacturers of America, Washington. Highlights of the study, titled "Leveraging the Supply Chain for Competitive Advantage," ...
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