Making Business Happen
The following information (Items 1 through 16) is supplied by Qenex Communications, Inc. (formerly Eller Industries, Inc. originally named Plainview Corporation), a corporation organized the laws of the State of Wyoming (hereinafter referred to as “Issuer”) for the purpose of providing information to broker/dealers trading in the securities of the Issuer, in compliance with Rule 15c2-11(a)(5) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended. The information herein provided follows the same numbering system found in the rule, to with:
Item 1: Exact Name of the Issuer and Its Predecessor, (If Any)
Issuer: Qenex Communications, Inc. (Formerly, Eller Industries, Inc.)
Predecessor: Plainview Corporation
Item 2: Address of Principal Executive Office.
1112 Links Circle, Suite 10
Jonesboro, AR 72404
Item 3: State and Date of Incorporation of the Issuer.
State of Colorado on October 31, 1988 and re-domiciled in April 2007 in the State of Wyoming.
Item 4: Exact Title and Class of Security for which the Exemption is sought.
Item 5: Par or Stated Value of the Security for which the Exemption is sought.
No par value
Item 6: Number of Shares or Total amount of the Securities Outstanding as of the End of the Issuer’s Most Recent Annual Year and Statement as to the Date of the Last Annual Year End.
As of December 31, 2016 there were 945,051,816 Voting Common Stock issued and outstanding, 916,583,154 restricted, represented by 540 shareholders of record. As of December 31, 2015 there were 945,051,816 shares of Voting Common Stock issued and outstanding, of which 916,583,154 are restricted, represented by 1118 shareholders of record. The company has unlimited authorized shares.
Item 7: The Name and Address of the Transfer Agent.
Pacific Stock Transfer Company
4045 Spencer Street, Suite 403
Las Vegas, NV 89119
Item 8: Nature of the Issuer’s Business.
Qenex Communications, Inc., a Wyoming Corporation was incorporated on October 31, 1988 as Plainview Corporation in Colorado. February 4, 1989 the company changed its name to Eller Industries, Inc. The Company had minimum operations during the next six years and in October 1995 the company was reinstated in Colorado. The company filed a 15c2-ll statement and commenced trading on the OTC in October 1999. Eller was unable to meet the filing requirements of the 6520 ruling in 2000 and subsequently the stock has traded on the OTC- Pink sheets since that time.
In 2003, Eller Industries, Inc. completed an asset purchase with Normad Wireless Solutions and started focusing on the wireless communications industry. Since 2003, the company has focused in the telecommuni-cations industry as WiFi and other technologies provided new opportunities. Qenex is a development stage company and its losses since inception are considered to be development stage losses. As a result it engaged in little or no operations for a period of years, but was still seeking opportunities in the telecommunications area.
On February 24, 2006 Infinite Networks Corporation signed an agreement to acquire a controlling interest in Eller Industries, Inc., which was subsequently approved by it’s shareholders. Infinite ended up acquiring 79.89% of Eller Industries in exchange for 1,700,000 shares of Infinite stock, $100,000 cash which was paid and to coordinate additional funding of $1,000,000. A total of 755,000,000 shares of Eller were issued to Infinite and Infinite issued its shares to Eller in 2006. In March 2007 the distribution of shares was made by Infinite Networks Corporation. The potential telecommunication opportunities and International Television Film Productions, Inc. held by Infinite were transferred to Eller Industries, Inc. in April 2007.
In April 2007, Eller Industries, Inc. completed a name change to Qenex Communications, Inc. and re-domiciled as a Wyoming Corporation through a merger.
On April 6, 2007, Qenex signed an agreement with Jewell Broadband to acquire the technology, patent rights, and future development of technology products to support to broadband marketing plan for Qenex and other related energy products.
In May 2007 the company started providing services in Colorado and Michigan through its agent agreements.
In 2008, the Board of Director laid off the officers and employees due to the financial markets failure and elected to retain operations at a board level.
As of February 2016 Qenex is expected to start moving forward with a series of business opportunities in communications networks and service related industry. Qenex has financial commitments for 2016 to support the operational requirements of projected business plans and opportunities.
Item 10: The Nature and Extent of the Issuer’s Facilities.
The Issuer maintains it’s Corporate office at
1112 Links Circle, suite 10
Jonesboro, AR 72404
Item 11: Names, Titles, Terms of office and Brief Description of the Executive Officers and Directors of the Board of Directors.
Name Director / Officer Since John W. Bush Director, Chairman, CEO, and President as of February 2007
Denton Guthrie Director, CFO since February 2007
Christian Morrison Director since February 2007, COO November 1, 2007
Mr. JOHN W. BUSH: Director and Officer. Mr. Bush has more than 34 years of management experience and has been part of the telecommunications industry since pre-deregulation in 1982. He was co-founder of Schnieder Communications, Inc. where he was responsible for overall marketing and sales during it’s critical start-up years. As a senior manager, he gained experience in company acquisitions, mergers and purchasing of communications equipment. During the early years of deregulation, Mr. Bush was involved in lobbying the legislative body to ensure industry survivability. Mr. Bush was originally selected by MCI in 1986 to handle one of the most critical labour problems as the company was working through a nationwide reorganization. Mr. Bush later established the Strategic Accounts for MCI and has held various executive positions in consumer sales to major accounts
Mr. Bush later served as Vice President of Sales for WinStar Communications during its start-up period in developing the 38 GHZ marketplace. His varied experience in the development stage of communications companies and his senior management experience with companies such as MCI and WinStar qualify him to lead Infinite through its critical growth years.
Mr. Bush holds a MS degree in Business Administration from Cardinal Stritch College and a BS degree in Business Administration from the University of Wisconsin.
DENTON GUTHRIE: Director and Officer. Mr. Guthrie has been the CFO of Infinite since 1998. Mr. Guthrie has over 34 years of experience in business administration, accounting, investing, management advisory services and taxation, both domestically and internationally. His experiences include positions as Co-Founder and CFO, President, Chairman of the Board, and Director of various corporations and joint ventures.
Mr. Guthrie served as Executive Vice President, CFO and Director of American Ventures International and HGK Ltd. He gained more than six years of experience in the Southeast Asia marketplace with special focus in Vietnam in medical and educational humanitarian projects. He served as President of Spectrum Glass & Ceramics, Inc. for more than 10 years. Mr. Guthrie has operated as owner of a CPA firm for more than 20 years.
Mr. Guthrie holds a BS degree in Business Administration and Accounting from California State University at Los Angeles. He is a CPA certified through the California State Board of Accountancy.
Mr. Christian B. Morrison, Director of Qenex since 2007, COO as of November 1, 2007. Mr. Morrision has been involved with Qenex for over fours years and established the first operating broad band system on the Rosebud Sioux Nation using Qenex technology. Mr. Morrison has experience as the technology officer and program manager for the Rosebud Tribe for over the last five years. His experience and understanding in the day to day operations is invaluable to Qenex as they develop the long term working relationship with other Native American Tribes. Mr. Morrison is A+ Certified in Mircosoft Office as a Certified Trainer with over 600 hours of training in network, hardware configuration and software integration. Also served 3 years as CEO for the rosebud economic development corporation (redco) which develops and manages all business endeavors and government contracts (8a) for the rosebud sioux tribe. Mr. Morrison hold a BS from Sinte Gleska University.
Item 12: Issuer’s Most Recent Balance Sheet and Profit and Loss Earnings Statement.
See Exhibit “A”, Qenex Communications, Inc. audited financial statements attached hereto and incorporated herein by reference; and
Item 13: Similar Financial Information for such Part of the Two Preceding Fiscal Years as the Issuer or its Predecessor have been in Existence.
See Exhibit “A “, Qenex Communications, Inc. statements, attached hereto and incorporated herein by reference; and
Item 14: Is the Broker-Dealer or Associated Person Affiliated Directly or Indirectly with the Issuer?
The Issuer is not aware of any broker-dealer submitting quotation with respect to the securities of the Issuer who is affiliated directly or indirectly with the Issuer to the best of knowledge of present management.
Item 15: Is the Quotation Being Published/Submitted on behalf of any other Broker-Dealer, and if so, the name of such Broker or Dealer.
Management of the Issuer is not aware of any broker or dealer submitting quotations with respect to the Issuer’s Common Stock on behalf of any other broker or dealer.
Item 16: Is the Quotation Being Published/Submitted Directly or Indirectly on behalf of the Issuer, or any Director, Officer or any Person Directly or Indirectly the Beneficial Owner of More than 10% of Outstanding Shares of any Security of the Issuer.
Management of the Issuer is not aware of any quotation or quotations being submitted which are submitted on behalf of the Issuer or any Director, Officer or 10% stockholder of the Issuer.
Dated this 5th day of November, 2016
Qenex Communications, Inc.
John W. Bush, President, CEO and Director
Qenex Communications, Inc.
(A WYOMING CORPORATION)
(OTC PINK SHEETS: QNXC)
INFORMATION SUPPLIED TO CONFORM WITH
RULE 15C2-11 (a)(5)
January 5, 2016
PURSUANT TO RULE 15C2-11
SECURITIES EXCHANGE ACT OF 1934
RE: Information Supplied to Comfort with Rule 15c2-11(a) (5) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended.