Sleep technology manufacturer, Ergomotion, is strengthening its supply chain and logistics expertise by hiring Shae B. Gentry as director of supply chain. Gentry has more than 20 years’ experience leading supply chain, logistics and transportation management for global companies. Responsible for end-to-end management of the company’s supply chain design and operations for retail distribution, e-commerce and home delivery, he reports to Kyle Muench, vice president of operations. Gentry will lead and develop Ergomotion’s growing operations team and oversee the building of a logistics and supply chain network
“As we continue our strong global expansion we were looking for an experienced supply chain professional who can navigate the opportunities and challenges facing our brand. Shae’s expertise and experience will be invaluable as we expand our global footprint,” said Johnny Griggs, Ergomotion’s chief operating officer.
With a strong background in supply chain direction, Gentry most recently served as senior director of supply chain at Shippabo, a cloud-based supply chain management platform. Prior to that he spent nearly three years as director of logistics operations at PlayStation, four years in the role of director of transportation at Technicolor Global Logistics from February 2009 to November 2013, and finally, he served as vice president of operations at FDSI Logistics from July 2007 to February 2009.
Gentry has completed coursework for a bachelor’s degree in business administration and management at Florida Metropolitan University and earned certification in supply chain management, logistics and materials from the Georgia Institute of Technology last year.
About Ergomotion: Santa Barbara, California-based Ergomotion is a leading global sleep technology company that delivers design savvy adjustable bases to the marketplace. Founded in 2005 on the central coast of California by Alain Clénet on the premise that luxury sleep is achieved through style and substance, the company incorporates technology where it makes sense. Ergomotion’s adjustable bases are designed to accommodate the industry’s leading mattresses and to seamlessly integrate with existing bed frames and beds. With more than 1 million adjustable bases sold throughout more than 30 countries, Ergomotion is part of the Keeson Technology Corp. family based in Jiaxing City, China.