A notice to declare intended dividend of Nan Shan Maritime Pte Ltd to its creditors has been posted on the Government Gazette on Tuesday (8 November).
The following are details of the notice:
Name of Company : NAN SHAN MARITIME (PTE.) LTD. (IN CREDITORS’ VOLUNTARY LIQUIDATION)
Unique Entity No. / Registration No. : 201701967H
Address of Registered Office : 204B TELOK AYER STREET SINGAPORE 068640
Last Day for Receiving Proofs : 23 NOVEMBER 2022
Address : 204B TELOK AYER STREET, SINGAPORE 068640
Manifold Times previously reported Nan Shan Maritime and related companies can no longer continue its business due to its liabilities and proceeded to summon a creditors’ meeting within a month of the declaration.
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Published: 9 November, 2022
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