A.c.t. Xray Services Pty. Limited

Status: Registered
Current name since: December 6, 1979
Name in the ASICs register: A.c.t. Xray Services Pty. Limited
Australian Company Number: 008546718
Australian Business Number: 47008546718
Address: 183 Bourke St Goulburn NSW 2580 (business name: Goulburn Nuclear Medicine)
Registration date: June 6, 1979
Type: Australian proprietary company
Class: Limited by Shares
Subclass: Proprietary other
last updated

Description

Act Xray Services Pty Limited is a limited by shares Australian proprietary company. Located at ACT 2600 since 2001-03-07 the company is, as the updated on 2014-06-21 ABN database shows, registered. Known company numbers for Act Xray Services Pty Limited are as follows: ACN - 008546718, Australian Business Number - 47008546718. A.c.t. Xray Services Pty. Limited has been the company name since 1979-12-06. Act X- Ray Services Pty Ltd is one of the trading names this company has used, to be exact, the trading names list includes 1 position that is Act X- Ray Services Pty Ltd since 2000-07-06. Goulburn Nuclear Medicine is an example of a business name Act Xray Services Pty Limited used. The complete list includes 3 business names. Goulburn Nuclear Medicine was the company's business name from 2008-11-14. Other business names include Canberra Imaging Group and Goulburn X-ray. Their official company name changed on 2000-06-07 to A C T X-ray Services Pty Ltd. The company had used this name up until 2000-10-05.

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Details for ABN 47008546718

Type: Australian Private Company

ABN Status

Status From To
Active November 1, 1999 current

Main Name

Name From To
A.c.t. Xray Services Pty. Limited October 5, 2000 current
A C T X-ray Services Pty Ltd June 7, 2000 October 5, 2000

Business Names

Name From To
Goulburn Nuclear Medicine November 14, 2008 current
Canberra Imaging Group November 28, 2000 current
Goulburn X-ray November 1, 1999 current

Trading Names

Name From To
Act X- Ray Services Pty Ltd July 6, 2000 current

Main Location

Location From To
ACT 2600 March 7, 2001 current

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Business names details

Goulburn Nuclear Medicine

Status registered
Registration date November 14, 2008
Renewal date November 14, 2017
Principal place of business 183 Bourke St Goulburn NSW 2580
Debtor representative not applicable
Notified successor not applicable
Former identifier BN98396542
Former state territory NSW

Canberra Imaging Group

Status registered
Registration date November 28, 2000
Renewal date November 28, 2016
Address for service of documents 1ST FLOOR 77 Denison St Deakin ACT 2600
Principal place of business 1ST FLOOR 77 Denison St Deakin ACT 2600
Debtor representative not applicable
Notified successor not applicable
Former identifier F00101346
Former state territory ACT

Goulburn X-ray

Status registered
Registration date May 1, 1996
Renewal date May 1, 2017
Principal place of business 185 Bourke St Goulburn NSW 2580
Debtor representative not applicable
Notified successor not applicable
Former identifier T3122045
Former state territory NSW

Narooma X-ray

Status Cancelled
Registration date January 19, 1996
Renewal date January 19, 1999
Cancelled date June 2, 1999
Debtor representative not applicable
Notified successor not applicable
Former identifier T1037533
Former state territory NSW

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