Singapore-based Seashore Resources, a company engaged in the trading of palm oil, soya, wheat, corn, steel, copper and coal, has received a winding up order from the High Court of the Republic of Singapore on 23 April.
The commodities trading firm is currently facing liquidation from Rhodium Trading Australia Pty Ltd.
Names and address of the liquidators of Seashore Resources are as follows:
Chan Yee Hong
Henry Tan Song Kok
c/o Nexia TS Risk Advisory Pte Ltd
80 Robinson Road
All creditors of Seashore Resources are advised to file their Proof of Debt with the Liquidators who will be administering all affairs of the company.
Photo credit: Benjamin Child
Published: 10 May, 2021
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