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Singapore: Inter-Pacific Group receives winding up order from High Court

13 Apr 2020

Inter-Pacific Group Pte Ltd (IPG), the parent firm of former Singapore bunker supplier and bunker craft operator Inter-Pacific Petroleum, has received a winding up order from the High Court of the Republic of Singapore on 27 March, according to the Government Gazette on Thursday (9 April).

All creditors of Inter-Pacific Group should file their proof of debt with the Liquidators who will be administering all affairs of the company, said the public notice.

All debts due to the company should be also forwarded to the Liquidators.

Names and address of Liquidators are:

Mr Lim Loo Khoon & Mr Tan Wei Cheong
c/o Deloitte & Touche LLP
6 Shenton Way
OUE Downtown 2 #33-00
Singapore 068809

IPG filed a winding up application at the High Court of the Republic of Singapore on 2 March.

A timeline organised list of events preceding the current development have been recorded by Manifold Times below:

Related: Singapore: Inter-Pacific Group files for winding up application at High Court
Related: MPA revokes Inter-Pacific Petroleum Pte Ltd bunker supplier licence
Related: Co-heads of Trade and Commodities Finance for Asia-Pacific leave SocGen
Related: Inter-Pacific Group, Inter-Pacific Petroleum to hold creditors’ meet
Related: NewOcean detains Singapore-flagged bunker tanker “Pacific Energy 28”
Related: SocGen lawsuit against NewOcean Petroleum dropped, party to counterclaim
Related: MPA revokes Inter-Pacific Petroleum bunker craft operator licence
Related: Magnets on MFMs: Trial starts for former bunker clerk of “Consort Justice
Related: First suspect charged over MFM tampering in landmark case
Related: With nearly $180 million of debt, IPP proposes interim judicial management
Related: Inter-Pacific Group, Inter-Pacific Petroleum under judicial management
Related: Magnets on MFMs: “Consort Justice” crew pleads ‘not guilty’ to tampering charge
Related: IPP responds to temporary suspension of bunker craft operator licence
Related: MPA temporarily suspends IPP bunker craft operator licence
Related: Singapore: Bunker Cargo officer, crew face charges over alleged MFM tampering


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Manifold Times
Published: 13 April, 2020

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