This past August, Save Mart Supermarkets, Modesto, Calif., achieved a significant milestone, completing the installation of a new supply chain management system at its 250,000-square-foot perishables and nonfood warehouse in Merced, Calif., known as Yosemite Wholesale. This marked the end of a two-year process that included not just the Merced facility, but two other distribution centers that Save Mart acquired in 2007 from Albertsons LLC, along with 128 stores in Northern California and ...

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