Several notices were published in the Government Gazette on Friday (18 February) regarding the appointment of Paresh Jotangia and Ho May Kee of Grant Thornton Singapore as joint and several liquidators of the company for the purpose of the winding-up.
The subsidiary companies mentioned in the notice include:
Da Guang Tankers Pte Ltd (UEN NO. 199003652E)
Da Fa Shipping Pte Ltd (UEN NO. 198400892E)
Dong Jiang Tankers Pte Ltd (UEN NO. 199003655W)
Xi An Shipping Pte Ltd (UEN NO. 199003661G)
According to the four notices signed by Gavin Mark McIntyre, the Director of the above named companies, the remuneration and expenses of Seshadri Rajagopalan and Jotangia as the joint judicial managers on 21 December 2020, will be charged as an expense of the winding-up in accordance with the resolution passed on 13 January 2022.
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Published: 21 February, 2022
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