ORLANDO, Fla. -- As a result of an inbound (warehouse) receiving project conducted with Nestlé over the past eight months, Hannaford Bros., Scarborough, Maine, was able to reduce warehouse inventory of Nestlé products by 20%, while increasing turns by 70%, said Gerry Greenleaf, vice president, distribution, Hannaford. Greenleaf reported the results this week at the Food Marketing Institute‘s Distribution/Supply Chain conference, which concluded here yesterday. The Nestlé program also ...

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