Provisional liquidators for Hua Sheng Shipping, Nan Zhou Maritime, and Xin Sheng Shipping have been appointed on Wednesday (3 November), according to a Tuesday (16 November) notice posted on the Government Gazette.
Grant Thornton Singapore Private Limited has been appointed joint and several provisional liquidators of the above companies.
As such, the newly appointed liquidators have announced that a creditors meeting for the mentioned companies will be held on Wednesday (1 December) by electronic means at various timings.
The purpose for the meetings will be as follows:
A copy of the detailed agenda for the meeting of creditors of the Company on the aforementioned date and time has been circulated to all known creditors of the Company via registered post and email.
Any creditor of the Company who has not received the detailed agenda by this date is invited to contact the Company’s representatives at Ms. Gwee Hui Fang (email@example.com) and Ms. Ashley Shanti (firstname.lastname@example.org). where upon satisfactory verification, a copy of the detailed agenda will be provided.
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Published: 17 November, 2021
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