Miami, FL, December 20, 2020, ZEXPRWIRE, Industry Rumblings that Logistics Resource Solutions’ Claim Massive Corporate Espionage and Data Breach Theft Against Lanter Delivery Systems and Ryder System, Inc.
If true, it is the largest, most secretive, high-stakes Industrial Espionage thriller of the 21st century. Lanter Delivery Systems conspires with their partner, Ryder Systems, Inc., to get existing employees (including one husband and wife) of Logistics Resource Solutions to steal sensitive corporate data and personnel records for them, then start a disinformation campaign by telling all said contractors that the company was going out of business, but they’d hire them if they signed right now. The unethical, criminal operation led by Steve Lanter and Bo Lanter of Lanter Delivery Systems, supported by Ryder Systems, Inc. and part-owner of Lanter Delivery Systems, Sam Zell (through Equity Group Investments (EGI) and Equity Distribution Acquisition Corp), then set up their inside source and his wife that stole the data with the business they stole. The National Transportation Oversight Board is investigating.
This modern corporate warfare saga implicates some of the biggest names in the transportation industry. Their scheme now threatens to disrupt a 40-billion-dollar supply chain that will affect Lanter Delivery Systems and Ryder Systems, Inc. clients almost immediately, such as GM, Volvo, John Deere, Jaguar, Land Rover, Hyundai, Toyota, Nissan, Kubota, Case New Holland (CNH), Graybar, Wesco, Navistar, Ford, Applied Technologies, and Kia.
It appears Lanter Delivery Systems and Ryder Systems, Inc. was willing to put over 500 hard working truck drivers in legal jeopardy by lying and fraudulently recruiting them, in addition to coercing data breach theft and engaging in corporate espionage. This elaborate, epically spun web seems to be a case of criminal corporate bullying and big corporations extorting, manipulating, and making money on the backs of hard working, middle class Americans.
It is the greed of a few people at the expense and total destruction of hundreds.
There is much speculation swirling as to the possibility of a settlement, which is the likely outcome of this elaborate scheme since the salacious corporate espionage and data breach theft scandal supported and sponsored by the largest names in the transportation industry is most certain to have devastating consequences and effects on Ryder Systems, Inc. (NYSE: R), EGI, and EDA (NASDAQ: EQD.U) stock along with crashing revenues of Sam Zell’s ownership investment in Lanter Delivery Systems. The expected cataclysmic fallout is likely to exceed $1 billion in lost revenue and market cap for these companies, and it will likely be reported in the 4Q’s and 10k’s respectively.
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