NEW YORK — Albertsons and its parent company, Minneapolis-based Supervalu, were able to drive hundreds of millions in savings using the Six Sigma quality control systems, Jim Gentile, former senior vice president of Six Sigma Quality at Supervalu, said in a presentation at the National Retail Federation's Big Show here Monday. He was speaking on behalf of New York-based SSA & Co. (formerly Six Sigma Academy), not Supervalu, he said. Albertsons tackled 556 projects using the system ...

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