SUPERVALU STARTS CHARGING MORE FOR SLOW-MOVING SKUS

MINNEAPOLIS -- In an effort to corral costs associated with the increasing number of items, Supervalu, Eden Prairie, Minn., is charging retailer customers for the costs involved in handling slow-moving items, said Don Vetger, vice president of the company's Northern Region.The company's warehousing executives also are working with buyers and category managers to set goals to reduce the number of stockkeeping

MINNEAPOLIS -- In an effort to corral costs associated with the increasing number of items, Supervalu, Eden Prairie, Minn., is charging retailer customers for the costs involved in handling slow-moving items, said Don Vetger, vice president of the company's Northern Region.

The company's warehousing executives also are working with buyers and category managers to set goals to reduce the number of stockkeeping units, he said during the recent Productivity Convention and Exposition of F

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