BENTONVILLE, Ark. -- Wal-Mart Stores here is considering a plan to use the Internet to monitor deliveries from a third-party logistics provider, improving the retailer's transportation-tracking abilities. If successful, Wal-Mart's staff would be able to observe the progress of each delivery through a dedicated area within the transportation provider's Web site. The system would provide information on the origin of the delivery, the location of the shipment during transit, as well as ...

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