FOSTER CITY, Calif. -- Webvan, the Internet grocery retailer here, is implementing an aggressive $1 billion growth plan in an effort to capture the burgeoning Internet grocery retail market. The retailer has enlisted a third-party construction, engineering, development and management company to bring the project to fruition and the substantial capital will be used to open 26 new distribution centers across the United States over the next 24 months, according to Chris Mannella, vice ...
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