Several notices were published on the Government Gazette on Wednesday (20 July) regarding the annual general meetings to be held electronically on 4 August 2022 for Xihe Holdings subsidiaries, Nan Sia Maritime (Pte) Ltd. and Xin Ya Shipping & Trading (Pte) Ltd.
Annual general meetings for Nan Sia Maritime are to be held:
Annual general meetings for Xin Ya Shipping & Trading are to be held:
The agenda for all the meetings are:
A copy of the notice of the meetings on the aforementioned date and time has been circulated to the contributories/creditors of the companies by post and/or email.
Any contributories/creditors of the companies who have not received the notice by this date is invited to contact the Liquidators’ representatives, Ms. Gwee Hui Fang ([email protected]) and Ms. Ashley Shanti ([email protected]), where upon satisfactory verification, a copy of the notice will be provided.
The name and address of the liquidator is as follows:
Ho May Kee
Joint and Several Liquidator
c/o 8 Marina View
Asia Square Tower 1 #40-04/05
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Published: 21 July, 2022
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