Extraordinary general meetings to pass several resolutions for Nan Ho Maritime Pte Ltd, Nan Xin Maritime Pte. Ltd. and An Tai Shipping Pte. Ltd. were held on Tuesday (5 July), according to a notice dated Friday (15 July) posted on the Government Gazette.
The meetings of the companies were held at 11.00am (Nan Ho Maritime), 1.00pm (Nan Xin Maritime), and 3.30pm (An Tai Shipping) where the following Resolutions were passed:
As Special Resolution
That it has been proved to the satisfaction of the meeting that the Company cannot by reason of its liabilities continue its business and accordingly the Company be wound up voluntarily pursuant to Section 160(1)(b) of the Insolvency, Restructuring and Dissolution Act 2018.
As Ordinary Resolution
That the appointment of Mr. Abuthahir Abdul Gafoor and Ms. Yessica Budiman of 144 Robinson Road, #14-02 Robinson Square, Singapore 068908, as joint and several Liquidators of the Company for the purposes of such winding up be and is hereby approved.
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