Michigan Historical Commission recognizes Meijer for breaking historical ground in retail
C-Line releases new file jackets, binder pockets
C-Line has released two new filing products: Write-on Poly File Jackets and C-Line’s Binder Pockets with Write-on Tabs.
The file jackets, which are available in amber orange, lime green, charcoal gray, raspberry red and steel blue, feature a 1-inch expansion and hold up to 200 letter-sized documents. They are available in a 10-pack, retailing for $12.99, and a 25-count box, which retails for $35.95.
The binder pockets are available in the same colors and packaged in a set of five, retailing for $5.25.
Report: Sobeys to cut 1,300 jobs
STELLARTON, Nova Scotia — Canadian grocer Sobeys, which is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Empire Co., is reportedly looking to cut 1,300 jobs as it streamlines its distribution operations, according to The Globe and Mail.
According to the report, the grocer, which acquired Safeway Canada in 2013, is shuttering its Milton, Ontario, distribution center after its expanded automated facility in Vaughan, Ontario, launches in October of 2016.
The company’s Calgary facility will close after its recently acquired former Target distribution center opens in mid-2017, according to the article. It expects its King Edward center in Winnipeg to close early in 2016.
Sobeys owns or franchises approximately 1,500 stores in all 10 provinces under retail banners that include Sobeys, Safeway, IGA, Foodland, FreshCo, Thrifty Foods, and Lawton’s Drug Stores as well as more than 350 retail fuel locations.