STELLARTON, Nova Scotia — An automated warehouse capable of moving three times the product of a traditional grocery warehouse while using just one-third of the labor is now fully operational and serving Sobeys stores in Ontario, the company said last week. The warehouse, located in Vaughn, Ontario, represents a “major leap forward in efficiency and productivity,” according to Perry Caicco, an analyst with CIBC Capital Markets, Toronto. Sobeys, based here, intends to use the ...
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