WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. — The judge in A&P’s bankruptcy case here on Monday denied Grocery Hauler Inc.’s request to keep its trucking agreement with the retailer in place, a decision the company said could cost more than 300 jobs. The rejection came after C&S Wholesale Grocers, as expected, over the weekend closed the five New Jersey warehouses from which GHI was hauling. Deliveries to Pathmark stores are now being handled by C&S from a C&S facility in Harrisburg, Pa. The ...
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