Two notices were published in the Government Gazette on Friday (1 July) regarding the winding up of Acrux Maritime Pte. Ltd. and 10 other related companies.
The companies involved were:
According to the first notice, an Extraordinary General Meeting of the company was held on Friday, 24 June, where the following Resolutions were passed:
In the second notice, the Liquidators called for creditors of the companies to send in their names and addresses with particulars of their debts and claims and the names and addresses of their solicitors (if any) by Monday, 1 August.
Additionally, if so required by notice in writing from the said Liquidators, creditors are to personally come in or via their Solicitors, to prove their debts and claims at such time and place as shall be specified or in default be excluded from the benefit of any distribution made before such debts and claims are proved.
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Published: 4 July, 2022
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