MINNEAPOLIS -- Wireless technologies will become commonplace in the next few years, especially in systems used for supermarket operations, said Robert Borlick, chief information officer, Supervalu, Eden Prairie, Minn., speaking at the recent Productivity Convention and Exposition of Food Distributors International, Falls Church, Va. "Most of your ordering devices and the forklift terminals are wireless today. Most of our warehouses are in a wireless mode. A lot of our grocery stores are ...

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