Members at an Extraordinary General Meeting of Singapore-based Raffles Bunkering Pte. Ltd. (Co. Reg. No.: 200301809Z) held on Wednesday (15 September) has decided to voluntarily wind up the company, according to a recent notice on the Government Gazette.
Liew Khee Soon of 60 Paya Lebar Road, #04-51, Paya Lebar Square, Singapore 409051 has been appointed as Liquidator of the company for the purpose of supporting the winding-up operation.
Creditors of Raffles Bunkering are required on or before 16 October 2021 to send in their names and address with particulars (if any) to the Liquidator.
Photo credit: Benjamin-child
Published: 17 September, 2021
Digitalisation makes it easier for shipowners to conform to growing external regulations such as new sulphur regulations and ‘no scrubber’ zones; operators can identify better bunkering options to reduce costs.
‘We’ll start the application [to MPA] before the end of 2022 and hopefully to receive approval within six months or sooner,’ L. Y. Hwang, Director / General Manager of Oval Asia Pacific Pte Ltd, tells Manifold Times.
Rob Ashton, Market Manager of Infineum, explains how Infineum B402 is a relatively easy way for a ship operator to positively influence a vessel’s CII rating while improving its bunker fuel consumption performance.
Eventual adoption of Digital Bunker Document Standard speeds up interoperability between stakeholders from both public and private sectors, learns Singapore bunkering publication Manifold Times.
ISO delegates represented seven countries and were in Singapore to attend a three-day meeting of ISO WG13 to develop two new ISO bunkering standards, learns Singapore bunkering publication Manifold Times.
Cai Zhi Zhong received a total of about USD 1.3m to USD 1.6m, of which he saved a portion and spent the rest, including on property, cars and watches, according to court documents obtained by Manifold Times.