Several notices were published on the Government Gazette on Thursday (16 March) regarding the annual general meetings to be held electronically on 15 June 2023 for Xihe Holdings subsidiaries Xin Chun Shipping (Pte) Ltd and Xin Dun Shipping (Pte) Ltd.
Annual general meetings for Xin Chun Shipping are to be held at the following times:
For the company: 10.00 am
For the creditors: 11.00 am
Annual general meeting for Xin Dun Shipping are to be held at the following times:
For the company: 2.00 pm
For the creditors: 3.00 pm
The agenda for all the meetings are:
The following are the details of the liquidator:
Ho May Kee
c/o 8 Marina View
#40-04/05 Asia Square Tower 1
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Published: 29 May, 2023
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