Liquidator FTI Consulting representing shipping firms An Ding Shipping Pte Ltd (Singapore UEN No. 201727819G), An Shun Shipping Pte Ltd (Singapore UEN No. 201605268Z), and Da Hai Shipping (Pte) Ltd (Singapore UEN No. 201804833E) will be having its winding up application heard at the High Court on 18 January 2022, according to a Thursday (23 December) notice on the Government Gazette.
The winding up application was filed earlier on 18 November.
Any creditor or contributory of the companies desiring to support or oppose the making of an order on the winding up application may appear at the time of hearing by himself or his counsel for that purpose.
A copy of the winding up application will be furnished to any creditor or contributory of the company requiring the copy of the winding up application by the undersigned on payment of the regulated charge for the same.
FTI Consulting’s address is 1 Raffles Quay, #27-10, Singapore 048583.
The liquidator’s solicitors are Withers Khattarwong LLP of 80 Raffles Place, #25-01 UOB Plaza 1, Singapore 048624.
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Published: 24 December, 2021
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