The liquidator of Xihe Capital Pte. Ltd. on Tuesday (16 August) has issued a notice of intended dividend on the Government Gazette.
The liquidator listed on the notice was Tam Chee Chong.
The following are details of the notice:
Name of Company: Xihe Capital (Pte.) Ltd. (In Creditors’ Voluntary Liquidation)
Unique Entity No. / Registration No.: 201727410K
Address of Registered Office: 204b Telok Ayer Street Singapore 068640
Last Day for Receiving Proofs: 31 August 2022
Address: 204b Telok Ayer Street Singapore 068640
Manifold Times previously reported a meeting for creditors of troubled shipping companies including Xihe Capital was scheduled to take place on 6 April to receive the liquidator’s reports on progress of the liquidation process.
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