Highway Holdings ( HIHO) jumped 16% early Tuesday after the company said it received two initial orders from U.S.-based customers. One order is from Coleman Company for radio units and the other is from Fluidmaster to produce tools for making flushing-system components. Terms weren't disclosed. Shares of Highway Holdings were gaining 86 cents to $6.15 in premarket trading. Highway Holdings is based in Hong Kong. The company makes a variety of products for original equipment manufacturers, from simple parts and components to subassemblies and complete products like LED lights and radio chimes.