A winding up order against Ocean Tankers (Pte.) Ltd (Singapore UEN No. 197800020G) has been made at the General Division of the High Court of the Republic of Singapore on 16 August 2021, according to a Monday (30 August) notice posted on the Government Gazette.
The development follows a recent Manifold Times report published in early August, joint and several Judicial Managers of Ocean Tankers submitted an application for the winding up of the company to the General Division of the High Court on 12 July 2021.
The legal team of Ocean Tankers in late July published a public notice for the company to be placed under judicial management on 6 May 2020.
Earlier reports regarding the above development can be found below:
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Published: 31 August, 2021
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