MONTREAL — Savings generated from the integration of A&P's Canadian business are helping Metro Inc. weather pricing and sales pressures in Ontario, the retailer here said last week. The company completed the switch of its warehouses to a common purchasing and distribution platform last month as scheduled, and has begun the task of moving stores to common systems, Eric LaFleche, executive vice president and chief operating officer, said in a conference call last week. Metro is on pace to ...
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