Quantum Lifecycle Partners LP wishes to acknowledge a recent article about GEEP Canada regarding a lawsuit that is currently before the courts.
Quantum is NOT party to this lawsuit and has no knowledge of it beyond what is publicly known.
Quantum is proud to live by the motto: We do what we say we’re going to do. This statement is at the core of how we operate and speaks to the values that drive our culture. The various certifications held by Quantum are the rules by which we operate our company. They guide and direct our policies, procedures and actions. When layered on top of our values and the contractual commitments we’ve made to our customers, we are confident that the policies, procedures, and systems we have enacted at Quantum are best in class and would prevent a similar occurrence from ever happening at Quantum.
Below are some additional relevant details:
- Shift and GEEP Canada did not actually merge as the article suggested.
- Quantum purchased the assets from Shift and GEEP Canada and assumed certain liabilities from both Shift and GEEP Canada.
- The Apple lawsuit was a liability that GEEP Canada maintained and Quantum didn’t assume.
- For additional clarity: The lawsuit is between GEEP Canada and Apple.
- Of note, the lawsuit was filed in January 2020, 3 months after the transaction between GEEP Canada and Quantum.
- The employees named have never been employed by Quantum.
- The facility in question (Barrie, ON) has undergone significant changes in staffing, procedures and systems since Quantum acquired the assets.
- The case is before the courts and nothing has been proven or settled. We have no other knowledge regarding this matter.
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