|SinoHub, Inc. formerly known as Liberty Alliance, Inc., is a Delaware Corporation, originally organized in Utah in 1986, and merged and reorganized as Liberty Alliance, Inc. in Delaware in 1991. Liberty Alliance, Inc. filed for bankruptcy in 1994 and the filing was closed in 1995. Liberty Alliance, Inc. remained dormant until 2006 when it began preparing to become a public shell company and seek new business opportunities. In August 2006 the Company changed its name to Vestige, Inc., and in September 2006 the Company changed its name back to Liberty Alliance, Inc. SinoHub, Inc. is an electronics company, which is engaged in two business segments: electronics product manufacturing and sales (ICM, Integrated Contract Manufacturing), and electronic component sales and services (ECSS) which is comprised of electronic component sales (known as ECP) and electronic component supply chain management services (known as SCM). The ICM segment is currently focused on providing custom, private label mobile phones (also known as “white-box” mobile phones) and tablets to developing countries. The ECSS segment includes procurement-fulfillment and spot electronic component sales to manufacturers and design houses, and warehousing, delivery and import/export. SinoHub uses its Hong Kong warehouse as a staging point for ECSS procurement-fulfillment programs in which the Company purchases components associated with a bill of materials. SinoHub also supports customers by providing a sourcing channel for electronic components that are not part of a specific procurement-fulfillment program. In these cases, SinoHub utilizes its industry knowledge and relationships with components suppliers to source products at competitive prices and within time constraints. SinoHub continues to focus on distributor and operator customers in developing markets. Its primary target customers are ‘local kings’, distributors who sell 100,000 phones per month or more and have their own brand which has an established national identity in their home country. SinoHub’s manufacturer customers are Chinese companies that are in the business of contract manufacturing or are design houses in China. These customers purchase components from the Company and ancillary to these purchases it also provides them procurement-fulfillment, electronic component purchasing and SCM services including warehousing, logistics and import/export. The Company competes with a number of companies in China that sells or distributes electronic component parts and which may also offer import/export, logistics and other SCM services. The Company also competes with “in house” purchasing departments of large electronic component vendors, EMS providers and OEMs. The Company conducts substantially all of its business through its operating subsidiaries in the PRC.|
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