Three notices were published in the Government Gazette on Thursday (14 April) regarding the winding up process of several companies including Nan Shan Maritime Pte Ltd.
The companies included in the published notices are:
In the first notice, the companies’ Director, Lim Chee Meng, declared on Monday (11 April) that the companies can no longer continue its business due to its liabilities and proceeded to summon a creditors’ meeting within a month of the declaration.
The second notice was regarding the appointment of Tam Chee Chong of Perun Consultants as the companies’ provisional liquidator.
In the third notice, the Director announced a creditors’ meeting has been scheduled to be held at 204B Telok Ayer Street Singapore 068640 on Monday (25 April) at 10.35 am for the following purposes:
The contact details for the appointed provisional liquidator is as follows:
TAM CHEE CHONG
c/o 204B Telok Ayer Street,
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Published: 18 April, 2022
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