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Hollysys is a Chinese rail technology company listed in the USA (NASDAQ:HOLI).
HollySys Automation Technologies is a leading provider of automation and control technologies and applications in China that enables its diversified industry and utility customers to improve operating safety, reliability, and efficiency. Founded in 1993, HollySys has approximately 2,400 employees with 9 sales centers and 13 service centers in 21 cities in China and serves over 1700 customers in the industrial, railway, subway & nuclear industries. Its proprietary technologies are applied in product lines including Distributed Control System (DCS) and Programmable Logic Controller (PLC), high-speed railway Train Control Center (TCC) and Automatic Train Protection (ATP), subway supervisory and control platform (SCADA), and nuclear conventional island automation and control products. HollySys is the largest SCADA systems supplier to China's subway automation market, and is the only certified domestic automation control systems provider to the nuclear industry in China. HollySys is also one of only five automation control systems and products providers approved by China's Ministry of Railways in the 200km to 250km high-speed rail segment, and is one of only two automation control systems and products providers approved in the 300km to 350km high-speed rail segment.
Since 1995, HollySys starts providing solutions for the nuclear power plant automation in China and since then, we have been continuously providing digital I&C system for the nuclear power plant. Through hardship of innovation and development, HollySys has now self-developed products and solution for the nuclear power plant control system. With more than 10 years of experience and over 40 successful NPP projects, HollySys has both the ability to become very competitive product suppliers and service providers.
- In 1997, HollySys developed China’s first computer control system for the nuclear power plant. The system was exported to Pakistan Chashma 300MW NPP and has been successfully operating ever since.
- In 1998, Qingshan Phase II NPP adopted HollySys DCS system. It is equip with centralized supervision and safety control of the nuclear power plant with system of conventional island design.
- In 2004, HollySys was the first to enter the field of nuclear safety testing and successfully implemented the project of digital safety testing devices.
- In 2005, HollySys became the localized sub-contractor of Ling’Ao Nuclear Power Plant phase II, and undertaking the project implementation for digital I&C system.
- In 2007, HollySys has successfully developed its first generation totally digital I&C system, the HOLLiAS NMS system.By far, HollySys has 44 signed and completed contracts within our nuclear power business unit covering almost all of the China’s Nuclear Power Plant either in construction or in operation. These have put us in the top league in competition among other competitors in China. This vast achievement wins recognition from our customers, at the same time, have proven the reliability and safety of our solution, and the professionalism in our engineering services that we provided.
Cash and cash equivalents
Contract commitment deposit in banks
Accounts receivable, net of allowance for doubtful accounts of $6,276,670 and $8,408,318
Cost and estimated earnings in excess of billings, net of allowance for doubtful accounts of $744,113 and $1,102,016 (note 5)
Other receivables, net of allowance for doubtful accounts of $178,532 and $214,789
Advance to suppliers
Amount due from related parties (note 18)
Inventories, net of provision of $1,114,140 and $2,393,546 (note 4)
Income tax recoverable
Deferred tax assets (note 16)
Deposit for acquisition of equity interest from minority interest
Total current assets
Property, plant and equipment, net (note 6)
Long term investments (note 7)
Long term deferred expenses
Deferred tax assets (note 16)
LIABILITIES AND STOCKHOLDERS’ EQUITY
Short-term bank loans (note 9)
Current portion of long-term bank loans (note 12)
Current portion of long-term bonds payable (note 11)
Construction cost payable
Accrued payroll and related expense
Income tax payable
Warranty liabilities (note 8)
Other tax payables
Amounts due to related parties (note 18)
Deferred tax liabilities (note 16)
Total current liabilities
Long-term b ank loans (note 12)
Long-term bonds payable (note 11)
Land use right
Vehicles and other equipment
Construction in progress
Less: Accumulated depreciation and amortization