The head of American Eagle’s logistics arm Quiet Platforms is out as the outfit struggles to achieve profitability, according to an internal memo to staff obtained by Insider.
Shekar Natarajan was president of Quiet Platforms until he left the company last week, according to the memo. He worked for the retailer for roughly five years in senior supply chain management positions, according to his Linkedin profile.
Quiet Platforms is a wholly-owned subsidiary of American Eagle Outfitters. It was built by combining fulfillment and logistics firm Quiet Logistics, which the retailer acquired in 2021 for $350 million, and a much smaller parcel logistics startup called AirTerra, acquired the same year.Business Insider