Three closed OW Bunker companies pay creditors major sum

The clean-up following OW Bunker’s collapse continues. Three shut-down OW Bunker subsidiaries in the US now return a large million-dollar sum to creditors.

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Lawyers have finished cleaning up three bankrupt OW Bunker subsidiaries in the US, and so the US Bankruptcy Court in Connecticut has decided to close the case and allow a large million-dollar sum to be paid to creditors.

The US Bankruptcy Court ruled on May 11, giving the liquidators – the US lawyers – 60 days to pay the amount, the decision reads.

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