Hines’ Court Records Reveal Top 20 Creditors

Hines' Court Records Reveal Top 20 Creditors

Affidavits filed last week in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware reveal industry companies that are among Hines Horticulture’s top 20 creditors. Hines filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection on August 20.
 
While the amount each creditor is owed was not published, here are nursery and floriculture industry companies identified as top 20 creditors:
 
Abbot-IPCO Inc.
Ball Seed Co.
BWI Companies
Conard-Pyle Co.
Container Centralen
ForemostCo Inc.
Magnolia Gardens Nursery
Master Nursery Garden Centers
McGregor Plant Sales
Sun Gro Horticulture Distribution
Syngenta Seeds
Western Farm Service
Wilbur-Ellis Co.
Yoder Brothers
 
Serving on the committee of unsecured creditors are:
 
The Bank of New York Mellon
Syngenta Seeds
Ball Horticultural Co.
The Conard-Pyle Co.
Allstates Truck Brokerage
 
The committee was appointed today.
 

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4 comments on “Hines’ Court Records Reveal Top 20 Creditors

  1. Anonymous

    Now you know why your vendors will be raising their prices to your company. So you can bail out Hines, eliminate their debt so they can undercut your prices.

  2. Anonymous

    Very sorry to hear about Hines…It happens, and yes prices go up. Blame it on the cost of living not the failed sources. Everything is going higher price wise, not just plants and shrubs!
    Sorry again Hines to this happening to a great company! A buyer of your products for many years!

  3. Anonymous

    Now you know why your vendors will be raising their prices to your company. So you can bail out Hines, eliminate their debt so they can undercut your prices.

  4. Anonymous

    Very sorry to hear about Hines…It happens, and yes prices go up. Blame it on the cost of living not the failed sources. Everything is going higher price wise, not just plants and shrubs!
    Sorry again Hines to this happening to a great company! A buyer of your products for many years!