Warsaw-based bunkering firm SHIP-SERVICE on Thursday (4 November) said they have adopted a resolution to dissolve the company and begin a liquidation process.
“On 29th October 2021 the Company started the liquidation procedure and has stopped its bunkering activity,” it stated.
“The liquidation of SHIP-SERVICE is a planned and controlled process of terminating its commercial activities. The current obligations will be performed on an ongoing basis.
“SHIP-SERVICE in liquidation continues its full portfolio environmental protection services despite the wind-up process in progress. In particular, the collection of ships’ waste and sludges will not be stopped till further notice.”
The company notes current contracts and obligations will be performed on an ongoing basis in accordance with the previous arrangements.
In particular, the invoices and other financial documents, issued to the company for the services performed after that date, should contain the address and company name, specified as follows:
SHIP-SERVICE S.A. w likwidacji
ul. Zelazna 87
Photo credit: SHIP-SERVICE
Published: 15 November, 2021
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