Kroger, Wal-Mart, Smart & Final and others are investing in advanced trucking systems to gain efficiencies, cut costs, comply with regulations and help the environment
Food retailers in recent years have paid a great deal of attention to controlling the energy consumption of their stores, investing in new lighting and refrigeration equipment and energy management systems, among other technology. But another ongoing user of energy — private trucking fleets — has been the subject of considerable scrutiny as retailers seek to control costs and lessen their impact on the environment at the same time. Retailers may need to rely more on their private fleets ...
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