The creditors’ meetings of Nan Ho Maritime (Pte.) Ltd., Nan Xin Maritime (Pte.) Ltd. and An Tai Shipping Pte. Ltd. have been organised by the order of the Board, states a Monday (20 June) notice posted on the Government Gazette.
The meeting for the creditors of the company will be held on 5 July at 11.30 am (Nan Ho Maritime), 1.30 pm (Nan Xin Maritime) and 4.00 pm (An Tai Shipping).
The purposes of the meeting are:
The Creditors’ Meeting is being convened, and will be held, by electronic means pursuant to the COVID-19 (Temporary Measures) (Alternative Arrangements for Meetings (Corporate Insolvency) Order 2020.
Arrangements relating to attendance at the Creditors’ Meeting via audio visual communication will be sent by email upon receipt and verification of the proxy form. The email will contain meeting ID and password details, as well as the link to access the live audio-visual webcast.
A creditor entitled to attend the above meeting may appoint a proxy to attend in his stead. The instrument appointing a proxy must be lodged in the following manner:
not later than 4.00 p.m. on the day before the meeting or adjourned meeting at which it is to be used.
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