Unlike self-distributing chains or independent stores, wholesalers must be more focused on the logistics and distribution side of the supermarket business than on the consumer-facing side. To please its independent-retailer customers, wholesalers must become masters of efficiency in the movement and placement of products. In the past few years, few wholesalers have made more of a commitment to using technology to master the distribution process than Associated Food Stores, a ...

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