A notice to declare dividend of Hin Leong Marine International (Pte.) Ltd. (Co. Reg. No. 197501519K), a subsidiary of Hin Leong Trading, to its creditors has been posted on the Government Gazette on Friday (17 June).
The following are details of the notice:
Name of Company : Hin Leong Marine International (Pte.) Ltd. (In Liquidation)
Unique Entity No. / Registration No. : 197501519K
Address of Registered Office : 600 North Bridge Road #23-01 Parkview Square Singapore 188778
Court : High Court of the Republic of Singapore
Number of Matter : HC/CWU 202/2020
Amount per centum : First and final dividend of 100% of all admitted preferential claims and first interim dividend of 32% of all admitted ordinary claims
When payable : On or before 28 June 2022
Where payable : c/o BDO Advisory Pte Ltd 600 North Bridge Road #23-01 Parkview Square Singapore 188778
Related: Singapore: Notice of intended dividend announced for Hin Leong Marine International
Related: Lim family aims to wind up Hin Leong Trading subsidiary, Hin Leong Marine
Related: Lim family files application to wind up Hin Leong Trading subsidiary, Hin Leong Marine
Related: Judicial Managers of Hin Leong Trading Pte Ltd file for winding up order
Related: Hin Leong judicial managers to hold meeting of creditors to discuss fees incurred
Related: Hin Leong judicial managers and legal firms could rack up SGD 17.3 million in fees
Related: Bank of China takes legal action against BP Plc and Lim family to recover $312.9 million
Related: Hin Leong Trading founder denies allegations of forgery put forward by HSBC
Related: HSBC takes Lim family and Hin Leong employee to court to recover USD 85.3 million
Photo credit: Manifold Times
Published: 20 June, 2022
Buyers can nominate deliveries on platform and plan operations together with suppliers following ‘one single truth’ concept with all players aware of what has been agreed when and by whom, says DNV spokesman.
Rotterdam’s intention to mandate the usage of MFMs goes down well with licensed bunker supplier VT Group; MFM providers supportive of move but stressed continuous monitoring is needed for optimum performance.
Cost of alternative bunker fuels, bunker operations and technology advancement are some considerations to be examined by the maritime industry, says Neo, director of SDE International Pte Ltd.
Kim Hyung Joon and Han Donghoon were planning to join the Singapore entities of Hartree Group - either Hartree Partners Singapore Pte Ltd or Hartree Marine Fuels - in October, discovered management.
‘When you think of Helmsman on the next occasion, think of us as lawyers with expertise in various fields. Come to us before a problem develops. It’s the process that matters,’ says Tang Chong Jun, Executive Director.
Bernard Chew was a former shareholder of MB Marine and was an authorised signatory of the company’s cheques at the material time, according to court documents obtained by Manifold Times.