Gentry-Stuenkel now has responsibility for the critical volume planning and logistics functions in close coordination with the brand CEOs including Steve Beahm, who has moved to Maserati North America.
She had been director of inbound logistics, customs and auto transportation at FCA US since early 2016, where she was responsible for the shipment of parts across FCA plants in the US and Canada; she also oversaw FCA Transport, the carmaker’s own trucking fleet that ships components to the OEM’s plants in the Midwest. These responsibilities have been taken over by Marc Brazeau, who has been made head of logistics at FCA US, responsible for logistics operations across the North American region.
Gentry-Stuenkel is now also responsible for driving improvements in service levels, working capital efficiency and complexity reduction and optimising demand and supply to benefit balancing the needs and requirements of the individual brands.
Prior to her current role, She was director of inbound logistics and auto transportation, where she oversaw the shipment of parts to support the entire FCA US manufacturing footprint, and also oversaw FCA Transport, the FCA US-owned truck fleet. Since joining the Company in 1998, Gentry-Stuenkel has held various positions spanning supply chain management, purchasing, and manufacturing.