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Catalina Lighting



O/S 4.4 M


1.8 M Float Price



18191 NW 68th Avenue

Miami, FL 33015

United States

Phone: 305-558-4777

Fax: 305-558-3024




Company Description

Catalina Lighting, Inc. engages in the design, manufacture, and distribution of lighting fixtures and lamps under the Catalina, Dana, Ring, Illuminada, and Aziano, trade names. The Company also functions as an original equipment manufacturer, selling goods under its customers' private labels. The Company sells in the United States through retailers including home centers, national retail chains, office superstore chains, mass merchandisers, warehouse clubs, discount department stores, hardware stores and in lighting showrooms. The Company also sells its products in the United Kingdom, continental Europe, Asia and Canada. Its product line comprises hardwire lighting fixtures and portable lamps. Products The Company's product line comprises of lighting products used primarily in residential and office environments. Its product line consists mainly of two categories: hardwire lighting fixtures and portable lamps. Hardwire lighting fixtures include outdoor/security lighting, recessed and track lighting, wall, vanity and ceiling lights, pendants and chandeliers. Portable lamps include table and floor lamps, torchieres, accent, buffet, desk and task lamps. A smaller percentage of its product line consists of industrial consumables, products for the automotive aftermarket, and train and bus lighting. The Company develops, manufactures and maintains separate product lines for sale in North America, continental Europe, and the United Kingdom due to the different consumer preferences and electrical specifications of each of these markets. The Company manages its business on the basis of three segments, North America, the United Kingdom, and China Manufacturing and Distribution. North America consists primarily of its North American sales and distribution organizations and the supporting China-based sourcing and manufacturing operation. This segment comprises the operating companies include: United States-Catalina Industries, Inc. (Catalina Industries); Canada-Catalina Lighting Canada, Inc. (Catalina Canada); Mexico-Catalina Lighting Mexico S.A. de C.V. (Catalina Mexico); China-the manufacturing and sourcing activities of Go-Gro as they relate to intercompany sales. North America The distribution companies of the North America segment design, import, warehouse and distribute hardwire lighting fixtures and portable lamps in the United States and Canada to major retailers, including home centers, office superstore chains, mass merchandisers, discount department stores, hardware stores, warehouse clubs and lighting showrooms. Order entry, customer service and other support functions for this segment are performed at the locations include: United States-Corporate headquarters in Miami, Florida and warehouse facility in Tupelo, Mississippi; Canada-Warehouse; and office facility in Toronto, Ontario. The distribution companies of the North America segment sell their products under the Catalina, Dana, Illuminada and Aziano trade names and their customers' private labels. These companies market a product line used primarily in residential and office settings. This segment's product line consists mainly of two categories: hardwire lighting fixtures and portable lamps. Hardwire lighting fixtures include outdoor/security lighting, recessed and track lighting, wall, vanity and ceiling lights, pendants and chandeliers. Portable lamps include table and floor lamps, torchieres, accent, buffet, desk and task lamps. Go-Gro, the company's China manufacturing and sourcing subsidiary, provides substantially all of the products for this segment's distribution companies. The products are manufactured by Go-Gro or purchased from other factories in China. The distribution companies of this segment arrange for the shipment of their products directly from Go-Gro or other factories to the customers' distribution centers or stores. They also sell and ship from their warehouse facilities. United Kingdom The Company acquired Ring in 2000. Ring is a wholesaler and distributor headquartered in Leeds, England consisting of seven principal trading companies comprising three operating divisions: Ring Lighting, Ring Automotive and Consu.mables. These divisions are engaged in the sale of lighting, automotive after-market and industrial consumable products primarily in the United Kingdom. Ring Lighting, a division of the company's subsidiary Ring Lamp Company Ltd., sells a product line of lamps and lighting fixtures comparable to that offered in North America. These products are sold primarily from warehouse facilities under the Ring trade name or the customers' label to a variety of retailers in the United Kingdom, including home centers and mass merchandisers. Ring Automotive consists of the automotive division of Ring Lamp Company Ltd. and four other subsidiaries: Grove Products (Caravan Accessories) Ltd., Lighten Point Corporation Europe Ltd., Lancer Products Ltd. and BMAC Ltd. These companies sell an extensive line of products under each company's trade name or under their customers' private label, to the caravan, train and automotive aftermarket. Products sold include replacement headlights, auxiliary lighting products, caravan accessory systems, flashlights, flasher units and relays, windshield wiper blades and washer pumps, engine and suspension components and other automotive electrical components. In addition, BMAC sells lighting used in the manufacture of trains and buses. Van-Line Ltd. and Arctic Products Ltd. form Ring's Consumables division. Van-Line is a major supplier of workshop consumables and branded tools to independent distributors. Arctic Products sells portable pipe freezing equipment and a variety of products for the plumbing and gas industry, including smoke alarms, carbon monoxide detectors, soldering sprays and pressurized air cans. Ring purchases its products from suppliers (including Go-Gro) located worldwide, including China, the United Kingdom and continental Europe, with China being the dominant supply source. China Manufacturing and Distribution Go-Gro manufactures products, including lamps, recessed lighting fixtures and track lighting fixtures. Go-Gro maintains administrative offices in Hong Kong and owns a manufacturing facility in the Guangdong Province of China. The Go-Gro's manufacturing process is purchased from distributors and manufacturers located in various countries as follows: plastic resin (Germany, Japan, Korea and Taiwan), steel (Korea, Japan, Taiwan), cable (China, Korea, Italy and Germany), light bulbs (China, Taiwan, Germany, Spain and United States) and various other components (China, Europe, United States, Taiwan and others). Suppliers The Company's major suppliers include: Go-Gro, and Home Depot. History Catalina Lighting, Inc. was incorporated under the laws of the state of Florida in 1974.



#189   CALAQ FINRA deleted symbol. CUSIP suspended. Renee 03/30/16 05:16:57 PM
#188   And now 0003! mrpenny2000 05/18/12 02:05:29 PM
#187   LMAO jsut a week and a half ago yaboy520 08/07/11 01:07:08 AM
#186   Would hate to be holding the bag on ihogan 07/29/11 10:51:43 AM
#185   people don't like the CE floyd4 07/27/11 10:58:52 AM
#184   what's with this stock this morning? no volume? The Mhoney Badger!! 07/27/11 09:54:49 AM
#183   Invested $250 out with $1500 This will be good brianw 07/26/11 11:20:42 PM
#182   Made some coin on this too!!! saw this onetimepleasegoupppp 07/26/11 11:05:16 PM
#181   I made out nicely on this low float Flexologist 07/26/11 10:28:44 PM
#180   Who bought in at .02 yesterday? I Garyst 07/26/11 10:17:38 PM
#179   So who bought in at .09 today yaboy520 07/26/11 07:24:23 PM
#178   this was up on nothign! be careful chrisduo 07/26/11 05:57:55 PM
#177   Tomorrow will be huge brianw 07/26/11 03:19:04 PM
#176   Just a heads up that Caveat Emptor was ihogan 07/26/11 01:37:29 PM
#175   Board Updated Penny Machine 07/26/11 01:20:48 PM
#174   You guys need to get in this before Ramirtkd 07/26/11 12:59:26 PM
#172   That's a little too "tinfoil hat" for me. retireat40 07/26/11 12:45:05 PM
#171   No one sells a ticker symbol. That's an retireat40 07/26/11 12:43:43 PM
#170   OK, I'll explain this again: peterminator 07/26/11 12:16:20 PM
#169   Here is an explanation of Section 363 of Dfrntstuf 07/26/11 12:02:40 PM
#168   And it did lol brianw 07/26/11 11:32:45 AM
#167   Opportunity to get back in brianw 07/26/11 11:28:56 AM
#166   Here we go again brianw 07/26/11 11:27:38 AM
#165   I kept 50000 shares just as freebies long brianw 07/26/11 11:26:57 AM
#164   Interesting because...why else would Evolution Lighting LLC need The Rainmaker 07/26/11 11:26:07 AM
#163   Buy the dip while is cheap from 0.01 brianw 07/26/11 11:21:56 AM
#162   And you seem to be another basher Which brianw 07/26/11 11:17:47 AM
#161   Hmmmm that's very interesting brianw 07/26/11 11:17:06 AM
#160   Here's something to check out never saw this The Rainmaker 07/26/11 11:02:47 AM
#159   lol yaboy520 07/26/11 10:24:07 AM
#158   Your "sources" are BS IMO. You're just another retireat40 07/26/11 10:23:12 AM
#157   Yep...we'll see how she does from here. retireat40 07/26/11 10:21:35 AM
#156   It may have one more bounce in it ihogan 07/26/11 10:19:42 AM
#155   Be careful guys, every DD from yesterday is peterminator 07/26/11 10:19:23 AM
#154   Buying has slowed down, but there is NO selling. Dfrntstuf 07/26/11 10:18:14 AM
#153   Now I remember why I have you on retireat40 07/26/11 10:18:08 AM
#152   Huh? Looks good right now... retireat40 07/26/11 10:14:42 AM
#151   LOL Same here . My hands were shaking gameofthrones 07/26/11 10:09:23 AM
#150   LMAO this just went from #1 on the yaboy520 07/26/11 10:04:58 AM
#149   No kidding. Don't hold your hands out AitrusSG 07/26/11 10:04:50 AM
#148   agreed, fun to watch, too bad I sold dcelletti 07/26/11 10:02:09 AM
#147   timber ihogan 07/26/11 10:02:06 AM
#146   It's fun to watch, but a bit out AitrusSG 07/26/11 10:00:50 AM
#145   Ha yea but when, this took off like gameofthrones 07/26/11 10:00:14 AM
#144   Down she goes... AitrusSG 07/26/11 09:59:36 AM
#143   Just spoke to Derek A. McDowell Boyne Capital peterminator 07/26/11 09:59:32 AM
#142   This awesome to watch. I didn't get the gameofthrones 07/26/11 09:57:38 AM
#141   Wait you aren't interested in bankrupt lightbulb companies??? ihogan 07/26/11 09:57:12 AM
#140   Agreed. Running on nothing. No news, AitrusSG 07/26/11 09:56:41 AM
#139   With this type of Float we should be Penny Machine 07/26/11 09:56:20 AM