Three notices were published in the Government Gazette on Monday (1 February) regarding the winding up and liquidation of Berlanga Myanmar Pte Ltd.
The first notice stated Saw Meng Tee of EA Consulting Pte Ltd being appointed as provisional liquidator for the company on Tuesday, 26 January.
In the second notice, Choi Wan San, sole Director of the company declared its inability to continue business due to its liabilities.
A creditors meeting was announced in the third notice and it is scheduled for 2.30 pm on Wednesday, 10 February via video conference.
The agenda for the creditors meeting was stated as follows:
To be entitled to vote at the meeting, proof of debt must be lodged with the liquidator no later than 4:00 pm on Tuesday, 9 February 2021 via email or by post. Similarly, proxies to be used at the meeting must also be lodged not later than 4:00 pm on Tuesday, 9 February 2021.
The provisional liquidator’s contact details are:
Saw Meng Tee
Provisional Liquidator of Berlanga Myanmar Pte Ltd (in Provisional Liquidation)
c/o EA Consulting Pte Ltd
1 North Bridge Road #23-05
High Street Centre Singapore 179094
Manifold Times previously reported Dan-Bunkering (Singapore) Pte Ltd seeking a bunker claim of approximately USD 1 million (exact: USD 999,722.40) from Berlanga Myanmar Pte Ltd.
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