We were incorporated in the State of Nevada as Oceanview Acquisition Corp on January 31, 2011. On May 18, 2012, we amended our Articles of Incorporation to change our name to Sterling Consolidated Corp (the “Company”). We are a holding company, and all of our operations are conducted through our four subsidiaries: Sterling Seal & Supply, Inc. (“Sterling Seal”), ADDR Properties, LLC (“ADDR”), Q5 Ventures, LLC (“Q5”), and Integrity Cargo Freight Corporation (“Integrity”). In June 2012, these four entities became subsidiaries of the Company through an Equity Exchange Agreement by which the shareholders of Sterling Seal, ADDR, Q5, and Integrity became shareholders of the Company and in exchange the Company received all of the authorized and outstanding shares of Sterling Seal, ADDR, Q5, and Integrity. We issued a total of 33,817,040 shares of our common stock to the shareholders of Sterling Seal, ADDR, Q5 and Integrity.
Sterling Consolidated Corp. conducts its entire business through its four subsidiaries. Each subsidiary is responsible for a specific business function of the Company. For clarity, an organizational chart of the Company is provided below.
Our largest subsidiary is Sterling Seal, a New Jersey corporation which was incorporated in 1997. Its predecessor was Sterling Plastic & Rubber Products, Inc., which was incorporated in New Jersey and was founded in 1970. Sterling Seal engages primarily in the distribution and sale of O-rings, rubber seals, oil seals, custom molded rubber parts, custom Teflon parts, Teflon rods, O-ring cord, bonded seals, O-ring kits, and stuffing box sealant.