Personnel from Grant Thornton Singapore have been appointed as provisional liquidators of Nan Yi Maritime (Pte.) Ltd. (UEN: 200814293G) and An Hui Shipping Pte. Ltd. (UEN: 201207031N) on 29 July, according to a Friday (6 August) notice on the Singapore Gazette.
The development took place after the Directors of both shipping companies declared the entities were unable to continue their businesses due to respective liabilities.
As such, an electronic meeting of creditors of the companies will be held on the 24th day of August for the purpose of allowing the creditors consider, and if thought fit, pass the resolutions set out below:
A copy of the detailed agenda for the meeting of creditors of Nan Yi Maritime and An Hui Shipping has been circulated to all known creditors via registered post and email, informed the provisional liquidators.
Any creditor of the firms who has not received the detailed agenda by this date is invited to contact its representatives at Ms. Gwee Hui Fang (email@example.com) and Ms. Yuen Ling Wong (firstname.lastname@example.org). where upon satisfactory verification, a copy of the detailed agenda will be provided.
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Published: 10 August, 2021
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