A winding up order against Singapore-based ship management services firm Target Ship Management (UEN 201025072M) has been put into effect by the High Court of the Republic of Singapore on 10 January 2020.
The order was initiated by Hudong Heavy Machinery Co. Ltd, Shanghai Spare Parts Branch, showed court documents published in the Government Gazette on Friday (17 January).
All creditors and debtors of Target Ship Management should file their concerns with the liquidator who will be administering all affairs of the company.
The name and address of liquidator are as follows:
Official Receiver as the Liquidator
45 Maxwell Road
#07-11 The URA Centre (East Wing)
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Published: 21 January, 2020
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