At this point, we need to evaluate the readiness of our production status for your project. This means, considering the lead-times to procure parts, PCBs, and our production availability to run the assembly. If there is no long lead-time part on the bill of material and if the parts are readily available, we can manage to start production as quickly as we have enough PCBs in stock. We can expedite the required PCBs to be shipped by air or to schedule boat shipment deliveries in advance to save on the shipping cost. As mentioned before, PCBs are the only material that we import from overseas to be competitive and to pass through the savings.