The final meetings of members of Singapore-based Grindrod Shipping Pte. Ltd subsidiaries have been scheduled to take place on 14 December 2022, according to the companies’ liquidators on notices posted on Tuesday (15 November) on the Government Gazette.
The companies involved are:
The final meetings are scheduled to take place by way of video conference via Microsoft Teams on 14 December 2022 at 10am for the purpose of: –
The details of the liquidators of the companies are:
Shirley Lim Guat Hua
Juay Sze Sin
c/o Complete Corporate Services Pte Ltd
10 Anson Road
#29-07 International Plaza
According to its website, Grindrod Shipping is an international shipping company that owns, charters-in and operates a fleet of drybulk carriers and owns one medium range tanker.
The firm trades globally under two key brands – Island View Shipping (IVS) and Unicorn Shipping.
IVS is focused on shipping dry bulk cargo such as minerals, coal, ores and agricultural products whilst Unicorn Shipping is focused on moving liquid chemicals and clean petroleum products.
Note: A corporation which is a member of the Company may, by resolution of its directors, authorise any person to act as its representative at any general meetings of the company; and such representative shall be entitled to exercise the same powers on behalf of the Corporation which he represents as if he had been an individual member of the Company.
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