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Berylline

Berylline is a fast moving technology and manufacturing company specializing in the electric and small engine hybrid driving systems in personal transportation industry. Berylline's F2A was the industry's first Hybrid 3 Wheel Scooter. Only 2 years after completing our first stock offering, Berylline has completed the development of the all new Berylline Breeze, a 3-Wheel Electric Scooter, and our Hybrid Golf Cart. In addition, working with Doohan Technologies, Berylline commenced sales of the iTank Tour 3-Wheel Electric Scooter in October 2020. The Berylline Breeze will be available in early 2021 and the hybrid golf cart in early 2022. All Berylline products are targeting the retirement community and leisure markets.
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Most Recent Valuation:

$6,293,900.00

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Berylline Corp

4/11/2011

MI

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2
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Berylline Stock 2
$4,145.00
open
Common Stock
$99
$6,293,900
5.22
Berylline Stock 1 Stock 1
closed
Common Stock
3.4
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