Distribution Revolution

Janoff, Barry
September 2000
Progressive Grocer;Sep2000, Vol. 79 Issue 9, p20
Trade Publication
Discusses the implementation of warehousing initiatives and logistics-management systems to improve the distribution process of the food industry in the United States. Advantages of operations systems; Efforts of food distributors to improve their supply chain performance; Efforts of the U.S. Department of Transportation to assist the transportation industry.


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