The final creditors meeting of Singapore-based TOP-NYK MarineOne Pte. Ltd., a joint venture between NYK and Thai Oil Public Co., Ltd. (Thai Oil), has been organised by its liquidator, states a Wednesday (27 April) notice posted on the Government Gazette.
The meeting for the members of the company will be held on 27 May 2022 at 10.00 am at 6 Shenton Way, OUE Downtown 2, #33-00, Singapore 068809.
“The meeting is being held for the purpose of having an account laid before the Members showing the manner in which the winding up has been conducted and the property of the company disposed of, and of hearing any explanation that may be given by the Liquidator and to consent to the release of the Liquidator upon the dissolution of the company and thereby discharge him from all liabilities in respect of any act done or default made by him as Liquidator in the administration of the affairs of the company,” stated the liquidator.
The name and address of the liquidator are as follows:
Lau Chin Huat
6 Shenton Way, OUE Downtown 2, #33-00 Singapore 068809
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Published: 29 April, 2022
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