WWREWorld Wide Retail Exchange
WWREWestern Washington Real Estate (online forum)
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WWRE LLC and 2075 Ford Parkway LLC acquired the property from Cole MT Woodbury MN LLC.
and Canadian retailers and suppliers through the WWRE while they were with Tesco.
Meanwhile, Transora, a close competitor to WWRE, claims it has just become the first CPG e-marketplace to link its CPFR application to a data catalogue of supplier's products.
LONDON-The WorldWide Retail Exchange (WWRE), the retail e-marketplace, said four new members have joined the exchange: Bangkok-based Makro Asia, and U.S.
In Semarang for example, only 29% of Telkomsel's 46,700 subscribers wwre registered as regular subscribers.
Royal Ahold, an international food provider, announces that six new retailers have joined the WorldWide Retail Exchange (WWRE), of which Ahold is a founding member.
In late May WWRE announced that it would merge with GNX, and a few weeks later Transora announced a merger with UCCnet.
PARIS -- GNX and the WorldWide Retail Exchange (WWRE) are merging.
"Winn-Dixie worked with us and Visagent to develop the Surplus Goods Exchange," says Steve Carr, director of strategic alliances at Alexandria, Va.-based WWRE. "Since then, they've been a very active member in the development and governance of the SGE."
The WorldWide Retail Exchange (WWRE), an e-marketplace founded by a consortium of manufacturers in the consumer packaged goods industry, has also launched a separate exchange for the sale of surplus goods.
Like many executives at CVS, Rickard has been a strong supporter of the drug chain's involvement in the WorldWide Retail Exchange (WWRE), the electronic marketplace linking retailers with more than 100,000 suppliers and distributors.