Close Menu

NCLAT Approves AGI Greenpac’s Acquisition of HNG

In a momentous legal judgment, the National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT), Delhi has delivered its decision regarding the contentious insolvency case concerning Hindustan National Glass. The NCLAT has upholded the entire insolvency resolution process meticulously followed by the Resolution Professional and endorsed by the Committee of Creditors (COC).

This landmark ruling follows a series of appeals brought before the NCLAT by various parties, with Independent Sugar Corporation and others being among the appellants. Their appeals contested the procedural fairness and legality of the insolvency resolution process concerning Hindustan National Glass, including concerns regarding AGI Greenpac, which is in the race to acquire the company.

In a decisive move, Justice Ashok Bhushan, who presides over the NCLAT, delivered the order that reinforces the integrity and legitimacy of the entire process. The NCLAT’s decision signifies a substantial legal victory, marking a crucial step in the resolution of the Hindustan National Glass insolvency case. It assures that the due process was followed diligently and that the interests of all stakeholders involved were duly considered and upheld.

This ruling carries significant implications not only for the Hindustan National Glass case but also for the broader landscape of corporate insolvency proceedings in India, setting a precedent for adherence to established procedures and transparency in such matters.

About AGI Greenpac Limited (formerly known as HSIL Limited):

AGI Greenpac Limited, a focused Packaging Products Company that manufactures and markets various packaging products, including glass containers and Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET) bottles & products and security caps & closures. Packaging Products Division has seven plants in India, located across Telangana, Uttarakhand, and Karnataka. This Division has a comprehensive product range, catering to 500+ globally acclaimed institutional clients in India.