Singapore-based maritime firm K.S. Marine underwent a creditors’ voluntary liquidation on 23 October after an extraordinary meeting, stated notices posted on the Government Gazette on Friday (30 October).
The company’s activities include the building and repair of ships, tankers, and other ocean-going vessels, according to information from the Accounting and Corporate Regulatory (ACRA) of Singapore.
Creditors of K.S. Marine are required to submit particulars of their debts or claims in writing, by their solicitors or personally, on or before 30 November 2020 to the Liquidator otherwise they will be excluded from the benefit of any distribution made before such debts are proved.
The Liquidator’s contact details are as follows:
Farooq Ahmad Mann
c/o 3 Shenton Way #03-06C
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Published: 2 November, 2020
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