BCL owes creditors, including suppliers and banks, about $85-million and the government said in October that it could not afford the roughly $720-million needed to keep BCL running.
The company was placed under provisional liquidation last October, with global accounting firm KPMG appointed as liquidator.
“There has been interest in the assets of the three companies from a number of parties. The interest has been in some or all of the assets and has been from local and overseas parties,” Dixon-Warren said.
“However, the expressed interest has not led to any formal offers.”