(CapitalWatch, Jan. 24, New York) Erayak Power Solution Group Inc., a maker of power solution products in China, seeks an initial public offering in New York worth up to $18 million.
A Cayman Islands holding company, Erayak operates through a subsidiary, Zhejiang Leiya Electronics Co. Ltd., based in Wenzhou, Zhejiang province. The company makes and sells sine wave and off-grid inverters, inverter and gasoline generators, battery and smart chargers, and custom-designed products, according to the prospectus, filed Friday with the U.S. SEC.
Founded in 2009, Leiya Electronics today sells its products in Japan, Europe, North America, Mexico, Australia, and other markets, in addition to China. The company holds a number of compliance marks, including TÜV certification, GS Mark for Germany, and FCC Mark from the U.S. Federal Communications Commission. In China, Leiya holds a high-tech enterprise status, which gives it a preferential tax treatment.
Inverters, sold internationally by Leiya, make up the majority of its sales. These include "off-grid inverters, 12v inverters, and 24v inverters, which all use either pure sine or modified sine wave inverters ranging from 75 watts to 3000 watts and are all compatible with solar energy powering."
Erayak said its growth strategy involves optimization of its product portfolio, "superior quality products and customer service," maintaining efficient manufacturing and cost management, strengthening key supplier relationships, and cooperation with major online stores. Among others, the company sells on e-commerce platforms including Amazon (Nasdaq: AMZN).
For the six months through June 2021, Erayak reported sales of $8 million, up 31% year-over-year. Its net income has doubled from the first half of 2020 to $1.4 million, according to the prospectus. In 2020, Erayak booked $14.1 million in sales on $2.2 million net income.
In the disclaimer on the regulatory conditions in China, Erayak said in its filing that it is not currently required to obtain permission for an overseas listing from either the securities regulator, nor the cyberspace authority. Further, the company said its auditor, TPS Thayer located in Texas, is subject to PCAOB inspections on a regular basis; therefore, at present, it is not open to risks of the inability to be inspected under the HFCAA.
The company said it plans to use the proceeds from the IPO for product research and development, international management and operations, marketing and business development, and automation transformation and production workshop.
Erayak is offering 3 million of its ordinary shares at the price range of $4 to $6 apiece. The company hopes to become publicly traded on the Nasdaq Capital Market under the ticker symbol "RAYA."
Prime Number Capital and Shengang Securities are underwriting the IPO.