CHICAGO (FNS) -- Wal-Mart Stores is not about to stop growing -- and is embarking on a massive warehousing and distribution expansion and re-engineering program to handle an expected surge in product flow. The chain will open three new distribution centers this year, and projects a need for at least 4 million square feet of additional warehouse space annually for the next four years. The aggressive retailer is also developing a new information-driven "prototype" distribution center to ...

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