Transportation Insight Announces Clay Gentry as VP of Truckload Logistics

HICKORY, NC, January 4, 2010 – Transportation Insight, LLC, a national supply chain management firm headquartered in Hickory, North Carolina, is pleased to announce the promotion of Clay Gentry to the position of Vice President of Truckload Logistics.

Gentry graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Business and Economics from the University of Tennessee-Knoxville in 1997. After graduation, Gentry worked as a commodity trader at Archer Daniels Midland (ADM). Beginning in 2000, Gentry spent six years climbing the ranks at Menlo Worldwide Logistics before joining Transportation Insight in 2006 as the Director of Truckload Logistics.

Over the past three years Gentry’s positive impact on his department has been significant. His high level of client and carrier satisfaction, based on returned Net Promoter Scores (NPS), has produced win-win-win agreements for clients, carriers, and Transportation Insight, as well as strong on-time performance from carriers for Transportation Insight clients. Gentry is a proven “A” player illustrated by his great flexibility in meeting customers needs. Paul Thompson, CEO of Transportation Insight, said, “Clay Gentry has not only achieved success for Transportation Insight, but for himself through results and Topgrading. We are proud to have leaders like Clay in our organization.”

About Transportation Insight, LLC
Transportation Insight is a global lead logistics provider with more than $1.2 billion in supply chain spend under management. For over a decade, the 3PL has helped companies improve profitability and competitive advantage by providing customized supply chain solutions. Transportation Insight offers a co-managed logistics form of 3PL, carrier sourcing, freight bill audit and payment services, state-of-the-art transportation management system (TMS) applications and business intelligence. Additional competencies include international transportation, warehouse sourcing, LEAN consulting and supply chain sourcing of indirect materials. For more about Transportation Insight, visit