The annual general meeting of Xihe subsidiary Nan Ya Maritime (Pte.) Ltd. is scheduled to take place via electronic means on 15 August, according to a Friday (29 July) notice on the Government Gazette.
The agenda of the meeting for contributories at 10.00 am is:
A copy of the notice of the meeting of the Company on the aforementioned date and time has been circulated to the contributories of the Company by post and/ or email.
Any contributories of the Company 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.
Grant Thornton Singapore Private Limited, on 16 October 2020, were appointed as interim judicial managers for Xihe subsidiaries including Nan Ya Maritime.
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Published: 2 August, 2022
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