McAleese Group creditors have been asked to attend a meeting in Melbourne on Thursday.
McAleese Group creditors have been asked to attend a meeting in Melbourne on Thursday. Scott Newton

McAleese receivers ready to take next step

RECEIVERS appointed to replace the board of McAleese Group when it went into voluntary receivership now want to meet with creditors.

Today the receivers announced a creditors' meeting will be held in Melbourne on Thursday.

McGrathNicol's Joseph Hayes, Jason Preston, Jamie Harris and Keith Crawford were appointed voluntary administrators of McAleese Ltd and each of its wholly owned subsidiaries with the exception of Sunshine Refuellers.

According to the statement release to the Australia Security Exchange, this will be the first meeting between the receivers and creditors.

"Information on the meetings has been forwarded to all known creditors by post," the statement read.

Creditors who did not receive a letter can also register their interest and obtain information about the meeting.

Last week McAleese Group went into receivership, including McAleese Transport and Walter Wright Cranes Australia in Mackay.

Companies in receivership

McAleese Ltd

McAleese Holdco Pty Ltd

Cootes Transport Group

McAleese Finance

McAleese Investments

Harbrew Investments

WAFL SPV Pty Ltd

IES DGM Pty Ltd

Spotswood Lessee Pty Ltd

McAleese Resources

International Energy Services Holdings

McAleese Subco

Jetstyle Express

International Energy Services

Walter Wright Cranes

WA Freightlines Pty Ltd

International Energy Services Group Pty Ltd

National Crane Hire Pty Ltd

Jolly's Transport Services

National Crane Service & Repairs


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