A notice in the Government Gazette was published by the Director of Da An Shipping Pte Ltd on Friday (30 October), regarding some resolutions that were passed in relation to the winding up of the company as well as a separate notice to creditors.
Da An is a subsidiary of Xihe Holdings owned by the Lim family, who are also the owners of the embattled Hin Leong Trading.
The resolutions published in the notice include the following:
1) Winding up:
2) Appointment of liquidators:
3) Distribution of Assets:
4) Change of registered office:
The separate notice addressed to creditors stated:
Creditors are required on or before Monday (30 November, 2020) to send in their names and addresses and the particulars of their debts or claims and the names and addresses of their solicitors (if any) to the appointed liquidators at Grant Thornton and if so required are to come in and prove their debts or claims as shall be specified or in default will be excluded from the benefit of any distribution made before such proof.
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Published: 2 November, 2020
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