Stanley Furniture names new vice president of global supply chain and logisticsStanley Furniture has announced that Steve Wolfe will soon join the company's executive team in the new position of vice president of global supply chain and logistics.

As Stanley Furniture transitions from a partially domestic manufacturing model to a company that is primarily sourced from overseas, Wolfe will manage the company's supply chain and provide strategic and managerial leadership for logistics planning, transportation, warehouse management and delivery. Wolfe's goal is to help the company manage the change in its infrastructure and ensure that it undertakes the most efficient supply chain measures possible to reduce costs and increase profits.

The company will close its 1.7 million square-foot production facility in Stanleytown, Virginia, by year's end to focus on sourcing from overseas.

Wolfe graduated from the University of Tennessee with a bachelor's degree in transportation and logistics. He has 30 years of experience in the furniture industry, having worked at Broyhill Furniture Industries and Bernhardt Furniture before serving as executive vice president at Zenith Global Logistics.

"Steve's experience affords him a unique perspective when it comes to overseas and domestic logistics practices that have been successful in our industry," said Glenn Prillaman, Stanley Furniture's president and CEO. "He will be a tremendous asset to our company and to the team of people who are leading Stanley Furniture back to a position of prominence in the industry."

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  1. Thanks for picking up the news about the addition of Steve Wolfe to Stanley Furniture's team of professionals.

    Please note, however, there are a couple of places within the posting where Mr. Wolfe's name is spelled incorrectly.

    In addition, the image that is associated with the post is not one that belongs to or represents Stanley Furniture (as we are a case goods manufacturer with little to no upholstery in our line). For an accurate image of our newest introduction, please visit

    Thanks for your consideration.

  2. Kristen,
    Thank you for your note. We have corrected the spelling errors on the post.

    As for the stock photo, we license the rights to thousands of images, so that we never "borrow" an image that may be copyrighted. I have included a hyperlink to your company directly in our post, and have hyperlinked our stock image over to your website as well.