Orlando, FL /PRNewswire/ - Axiom Holdings, Inc., (OTCQB : AIOM), a Nevada corporation, announced today that it has completed a reverse merger on December 24, 2016, pursuant to which CJC Hong Kong Limited, ("CJC") became a wholly owned subsidiary of Axiom Holdings, Inc. which trades on the OTCMarkets.com under the symbol "AIOM."
Through the acquisition of CJC Hong Kong Limited and its two WOFE (wholly-owned foreign entities), Axiom now owns the following assets in Xiaojin County, Sichuan Province, China.
In connection with the transaction, Axiom Holdings, Inc. through its subsidiary Horizon Resources Co (a Cayman Islands Company), acquired all of the issued and outstanding equity securities of CJC Hong Kong Limited in exchange for issuing 200,000,000 shares of Common Stock of Axiom to the CJC Shareholders which represents approximately 58.8% of the issued and outstanding shares of Axiom Holdings, Inc.'s Common Stock at the closing of this transaction.
Curt Riley, CEO of Axiom Holdings, commented, "We are excited about this acquisition and look forward to providing green power generation to China, the world's largest and most populous country. Axiom will continue to explore and vet acquisition opportunities such as this one globally and within the U.S."
Additional information on the Company can be found on its latest 8K filed on December 23, 2016http://www.otcmarkets.com/edgar/GetFilingHtml?FilingID=11750353
About Axiom Holdings, Inc.
Axiom Holdings, Inc., is an Independent power producer and real estate developer that develops, builds, owns and operates power generation plants and hotels. Axiom Holdings will continue to leverage its global partnerships with real estate owners and hydropower developers and expand its asset portfolio through acquisition and development of identified pipeline. Axiom's strategy is to continue to acquire power companies and hotel operating companies in China, Europe and South East Asia.
Forward Looking Statements
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