El Segundo, Calif. — Tesco's U.S. operation here, which plans to launch its first Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market stores in Southern California Nov. 8, is expected to leverage a number of supply chain technologies and practices that have served it well in the U.K. and other countries, according to industry observers.
“They will push their supply chain technologies to maintain the right amount of fresh product at low prices in this region,” said Gary Herman, chief information officer, ...
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