Mitsubishi Corporation subsidiary Diamond Tanker Pte. Ltd. (company registration no. 200504531D), a Singapore-based crude oil and petroleum products tanker shipping firm has underwent voluntary liquidation.
“Notice is hereby given that at an Extraordinary General Meeting of Member of the above named company held on 30 November 2018, it was resolved that the company be wound up voluntarily,” said Director Osamu Yoshida in a Friday (7 December) notice on a Singapore paper.
“It was further resolved that Lau Chin Huat care of 6 Shenton Way, OUE Downtown 2, #33-00, Singapore 068809 be appointed as Liquidator.”
Creditors of Diamond Tanker, whose debts or claims have not already been admitted, are required to submit particulars of their debts or claims and any security held by them to the liquidator on or before 8 January 2019.
Interested parties will need to submit the Proof of Debt (Form 77) containing their respective debts or claims to the liquidator’s address.
“In default of complying with this notice they will be excluded from the benefit of any distribution made before their debts or claims are proved or their priority is established and from objecting to the distribution.”
Mitsubishi Corporation established Diamond Tanker in April 2005 in a move to shift its tanker operations for the transport of crude oil and petroleum products to Singapore.
Published: 7 December 2018
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