Warehouse & Logistics


UNFI Reels in Financial Targets but Stands Behind Strategy

CEO Steven Spinner reflects on a "humbling year" for the transforming food distributor.


Walmart Expands Academy Training to Warehouse Workers

As the first class graduates in Northwest Texas, the retailer has plans to expand the academy program to more distribution centers across the country.

More than 300 companies eyeing the transformation of the industry make their pitch.

Automated alerts aid efficient store operations, the distributor says.

Drones may fail, but smart-home marketing could emerge, Kantar's Dave Marcotte argues in Groceryshop address.

Now known as Fabric, the company seeks rapid stateside expansion.

The retailer said customers "love" the $98 annual subscription option, which will be offered in all U.S. delivery markets.

Returning CEO Dennis Eidson acknowledges challenges, but highlights continued sales growth.

Michael Zechmeister is moving on to helm the chief financial officer role for logistics firm C.H. Robinson. UNFI names John Howard to interim role and begins search for replacement.

After a struggle to realize sales and profitability from its prepared foods acquisition, SpartanNash will exit the Fresh Kitchen business as President and CEO Dave Staples resigns.

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