• 1990 -- Highway Holdings Limited established, acquired Nissin Precision MetalManufacturing Limited, and transferred the manufacturing operation to China.

  • 1992 -- Acquired Hi-lite Camera Company Limited. Transferred the cameraoperation to China.

  • 1996 -- Llisted on the Nasdaq market under trading symbol 'HIHO'. 

  • 1996 -- Purchased Kienzle Uhrenfabriken GMBH out of bankruptcy and transferred the manufacturing of clocks and clock movements from Germany to China. 

  • 2006 -- Acquired Golden Bright Plastic Manufacturing Company Limited,  a Hong-Kong based plastic injection molding and mold making operation, and integrated the operation into Long Hua facility. 

  • 2007 -- Transferred manufacturing expertise developed for company's own products into ODM/OEM manufacturing services for customers.

  • 2012 --  Established an outsourcing assembly operation in Yangon Myanmar. 

  • Develop comprehensive engineering and manufacturing skills by investing in management, employees and equipment.

  • Constantly learn about new technologies and methodologies.

  • Strive to offer our customers the best possible service at the lowest possible costs

  • Maintain a competitive edge with: ◦State-of-art anufacturing facilities and a focus on the smallest details. 
    ◦An ongoing, corporate-wide dedication to quality. 
    ◦Flexible service and understanding customer logistical requirements and special needs. 
    ◦Corporate transparency combined with an administrativeefficiency to enhance customer trust in all aspects of our operation. 
    ◦An attractive value-proposition, excellent quality and service

  • Comply with international rules of Social responsibilities and accountabilities.

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Except for the historical information contained herein, the matters discussed are forward-looking statements which involve risks and uncertainties, including but not limited to economic, competitive, governmental, political and technological factors affecting the company's revenues, operations, markets, products prices, and other factors discussed in the company's various filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission, including without limitation, the company's annual reports on Form 20-F.