Emergency or not, distribution network takes center stage

Clark, Ken
March 2007
Home Channel News;3/19/2007, Vol. 33 Issue 4, p28
The article focuses on the plans of Chicago, Illinois-based True Value Co. regarding its logistics business. It is stated that True Value has more than 5,600 retail outlets in various countries, and the company's vice president-logistics, Mike Haining, has been making efforts to improve the network. It is informed that True Value has an emergency response team that is involved in carrying out the company's distribution business during natural disasters and emergencies.


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