COMMERCE, Calif. – After experiencing positive results in its Washington operations, Unified Grocers here recently began offering paperless invoicing to all of its retail customers in the Western United States to reduce waste and improve ordering efficiencies. When fully deployed, the paperless invoicing will eliminate approximately 40 tons of paper from the waste stream every year while speeding order processing and giving retailers greater visibility to their ordering activity ...
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