M Line Holdings, Inc. (MLHC.OB) Overcomes Obstacles to Make it to the Green

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After a long restructuring, management changes and negative market conditions over the last 3 years, M Line Holdings, Inc. (MLHC.OB) (“M Line”) has overcome many obstacles to make it into the green and put the black back on the bottom line.

Precision Engineering, Manufacturing, and Assembly for Aerospace & Beyond

Precision Engineering, Manufacturing, and Assembly for Aerospace & Beyond

After a long restructuring, management changes and negative market conditions over the last 3 years, M Line Holdings, Inc. (MLHC.OB) (“M Line”) has overcome many obstacles to make it into the green and put the black back on the bottom line. M Line was originally incorporated in Nevada on September 24, 1997 and on December 11, 2001, acquired 100% of the issued and outstanding capital stock of of Elite Machine Tool Company (“Elite”). Elite acquires, refurbishes and sells used CNC machine-tool equipment as well as services and rebuilds CNC equipment for customers.

It wasn’t until 2003 when the purchase of Eran Engineering, Inc. (“Eran”) was completed, that M Line started its trek towards its goals. Eran manufactures precision component metal parts primarily for the commercial aerospace and medical industries. Eran was and is an excellent acquisition and is still a subsidiary of M Line.

The difficulty for M Line was that previous management lacked the knowledge and corporate skills to manage a public company. During that period through June 2006, M Line was continually late filing its statements and was de-listed by the SEC late that year.

In late 2008 a private company Money Line Capital, Inc. (“Money Line”) owned principally by four parties, purchased the controlling interest in M Line, buying shares in a private transaction. After taking control the new management filed the necessary paperwork and M Line was re-listed in November 2009. However in the interim, the economic environment saw M Line struggle to obtain sales and improve business. Immediately management reduced expenses at the corporate office and subsidiaries, cutting waste and writing down goodwill and other non cash assets resulting in a $2.3 million loss. In 2010 business improved slightly and management again wrote off or wrote down other assets continuing the trimming and restructuring resulting in a $1.7 million loss. However management continued to look to move in a forward direction.

Part of Money Line’s original plan when taking control of M Line was to acquire new divisions. The primary objective was to bring in a technology division. Money Line had acquired a number of other companies including three in the technology sector, and including one in aerospace technology. The difficult economy has delayed the merger of the companies, however Money Line’s equity in Mediatronics was acquired by M Line in July 2011. The intention is to merge the other Money Line companies by the end of 2011. Once completed, M Line will have an aerospace division, technology division and real estate division with the financing division still in the planning and financing stage.

“This year has seen a major improvement in the business of the current subsidiaries. The forecasted revenues of $10 million for the year ended June 30, 2011 have been substantially achieved a 50% improvement from 2010. The profits for the year will be less than forecasted but M Line expects a small profit which is a major improvement over the $1.7 million loss for the year ended June 30, 2010. We are expecting much larger revenues for 2012 with a greater net profit.” States George Colin, CEO M Line Holdings, Inc.

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M Line Holdings, Inc. (MLHC.OB) Precision Engineering, Manufacturing, and Assembly for Aerospace & Beyond
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