A hearing between Coastal Oil Singapore Pte Ltd (Singapore UEN No. 200413975N) (COS) and Coastal Oil Holdings Pte Ltd (Singapore UEN No. 200413765M) (COH) will be held at the High Court of the Republic of Singapore on Friday (26 April) morning.
COS earlier on 29 March initiated a winding up order against COH; the winding up application was advertised on local Singapore papers on 5 April, according to court documents obtained by Manifold Times.
COS is currently undergoing liquidation through a creditor’s voluntary winding up case.
COS’ vessels Atalanta and Babylon on Wednesday (24 April) underwent an auction at the Sheriff's Department at Supreme Court of Singapore.
A complete coverage of the events leading to the current development has been arranged by Singapore bunker publication Manifold Times (in descending date order) below:
Related: Coastal Logistics owned “Atalanta”, “Babylon” to undergo auction
Related: Singapore: Bunker tanker “Coastal Mercury” arrested
Related: Heng Tong Fuels & Shipping in court over DBS Bank bunker tanker loan
Related: Coastal Logistics owned MR tanker "Babylon" arrested
Related: Fraud suspected in Coastal Oil Singapore case, says COSCO
Related: Coastal Oil Singapore: Creditor list surfaces in bunker market
Related: Singapore: Bunker tanker “Coastal Neptune” arrested
Related: Coastal Oil Singapore creditors meeting scheduled on 10 Jan
Related: Coastal Oil Singapore in US $380 million debt to at least 10 banks
Related: Singapore: Coastal Logistics owned MR tanker "Atalanta" arrested
Related: Heng Tong Fuels & Shipping, Coastal Logistics tankers enter S&P market
Related: Coastal Oil Singapore to hold creditors meeting on 28 Dec
Related: Breaking news: Coastal Oil Singapore under liquidation
Photo credit: Manifold Times
Published: 25 April, 2019
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