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Full title: Affidavit of Service filed by Epiq Corporate Restructuring, LLC (related document(s)[132], [135]). (Garabato, Sid)

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Among other requirements, visitors, who are not excepted persons, will be granted entry into Court facilities by either (i) providing proof that they have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or (ii) presenting proof of a negative result from a PCR test (not a rapid test) taken no more than 72 hours prior to seeking entry.The Court now finds it necessary and appropriate to adopt the following requirements, applicable to all persons other than Court employees (“visitors”), seeking entry into any U.S. Courthouse or any site of a Probation or Pretrial Services Office, in the District of New Jersey (“Court facilities”), with the exception of: petit and grand jurors; individuals younger than 12 years of age; and persons who will be onsite in Court facilities for less than 15 minutes (“excepted persons”).PA 18101MOTOR CREDIT COMPANY, LLC NATIONAL BANKRUPTCY SERVICE CENTER P.O. BOX 62180 COLORADO SPRINGS CO 80962OTHSCHILD, LLP (COUNSEL TO OFFICIAL COMMITTEE OF UNSECURED CRED) ATTN: MARTHA B. CHOVANES,ESQ 2000 MARKET STREET 20TH837 HEALTH & WELFARE FUND, ET AL) ATTN: MATTHEW AREMAN, ESQUIRE 123 S. BROAD STREET - SUITE 2020 PHILADELPHIA PA 19109TER & ENGLISH, LLP (COUNSEL TO TIGER FINANCE, LLC) ATTN: JOSEPH LUBERTAZZI, JR., ESQ.MERRICK GARLAND 950 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, NWASHINGTON DC 20530-0001 R & BRAUNSTEIN LLP (COUNSEL TO SECURED LENDER TIGER FINANCE, LLC) ATTN: ANTHONY B. STUMBO, ESQTIMES SQUARE TOWER SEVEN TIMES SQUARE, SUITE 2506 NEW YORK NY 10036TTI LAW GROUP (COUNSEL TO EASTERN LIFT TRUCK CO., INC.) ATTN:

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UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT DISTRICT OF NEW JERSEY In re: Chapter 11 ALUMINUM SHAPES, L.L.C., Case No. 21-16520 (JNP) Debtor. Ref. Docket Nos. 132, 135 AFFIDAVIT OF SERVICE STATE OF NEW YORK ) ) ss.: COUNTY OF NEW YORK ) DIANE STREANY, being duly sworn, deposes and says: 1. I am employed as a Senior Case Manager by Epiq Corporate Restructuring, LLC, located at777 Third Avenue, New York, New York 10017. I am over the age of eighteen years and amnot a party to the above-captioned action. 2. On October 4, 2021, I caused to be served the following: a. “Debtor’s Expedited Motion for an Order Approving Bid Protections Pursuant to anAsset Purchase Agreement for the Sale of Substantially all of the Debtor’s Assets,and for Related Relief,” dated October 4, 2021 [Docket No. 132],b. “Order Shortening Time Period for Notice, Setting Hearing and Limiting Notice (forMatters Heard During Operation of the United States Bankruptcy Court’s AmendedGeneral Order Regarding Court Operations Under Exigent Circumstances Caused byCoronavirus (COVID-19),” dated October 4, 2021 [Docket No. 135],c. “Important Notice to the Bar and Public Concerning Covid-19 Vaccination andTesting Requirements as Set Forth in District Court Standing Order 2021-08,” datedSeptember 14, 2021, a sample of which is annexed hereto as Exhibit A, andd. “Hearing Response Memo,” a sample of which is annexed here to Exhibit B. by causing true and correct copies to be: i. enclosed securely in separate postage pre-paid envelopes and delivered via overnightmail to those parties listed on the annexed Exhibit C, and ii. delivered via electronic mail to those parties listed on the annexed Exhibit D.

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3. All envelopes utilized in the service of the foregoing contained the following legend: “LEGAL DOCUMENTS ENCLOSED. PLEASE DIRECT TO THE ATTENTION OF ADDRESSEE, PRESIDENT OR LEGAL DEPARTMENT.” /s/ Diane Streany Diane Streany Sworn to before me this 6th day of October, 2021 /s/ Cassandra Murray Notary Public, State of New York No. 01MU6220179 Qualified in Queens County Commission Expires April 12, 2022

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EXHIBIT A

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UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT DISTRICT OF NEW JERSEY IMPORTANT NOTICE TO THE BAR AND PUBLIC CONCERNING COVID-19 VACCINATION AND TESTING REQUIREMENTS AS SET FORTH IN DISTRICT COURT STANDING ORDER 2021-08 In response to the rapidly developing facts, preparedness planning and response guidance concerning COVID-19, please take note of District Court Standing Order 2021-08, attached hereto, which adopts specific requirements for all persons (with limited exception) seeking entry into any U.S. Courthouse in the District of New Jersey. Among other requirements, visitors, who are not excepted persons, will be granted entry into Court facilities by either (i) providing proof that they have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or (ii) presenting proof of a negative result from a PCR test (not a rapid test) taken no more than 72 hours prior to seeking entry. Proof of identification will also be required. All persons, including those denied entry into Court facilities, for failure to provide proof of full vaccination or of a negative COVID-19 test result, may continue to deposit and date-stamp papers in drop boxes at each Courthouse entrance, Monday through Friday, during the hours posted on the Court’s website. Please review District Court Standing Order 2021-08 for more specific details. Standing Order 2021-08, effective September 20, 2021, is annexed hereto and is available on the Court’s website, njb.uscourts.gov. Dated: September 14, 2021 Jeanne A. Naughton, Clerk         

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6:22 p.m. IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF NEW JERSEY IN RE: COVID-19 VACCINATION AND TESTING : REQUIREMENTS OF VISITORS TO COURT : FACILITIES AND OF FEDERAL DETAINEES : STANDING ORDER 2021-08 IN THE DISTRICT OF NEW JERSEY : This Standing Order is issued in response to the recent increase in the transmission of COVID-19, due to the delta and other variants, and actions taken by several authorities, including: The CDC’s guidance, on July 27, 2021, advising all persons, including those fully vaccinated,* to wear a mask in public indoor settings, in areas of substantial or high transmission; The directives of the Safer Federal Workforce Task Force (“Task Force”), established pursuant to President Biden’s Executive Order No. 13991, in its COVID-19 Workplace Safety: Agency Model Safety Principles (“Model Safety Principles”), issued on July 29, 2021; President Biden’s announcement, on August 6, 2021, of testing and other requirements of Executive Branch employees and onsite federal contractors who are not fully vaccinated against the virus, implementing the Task Force’s Model Safety Principles; The mandate, on August 23, 2021, by New Jersey Governor, Phil Murphy, that all state employees, including those at state agencies, authorities, public colleges and universities, be fully vaccinated by October 18, 2021, or submit to regular COVID-19 testing; The New Jersey State Judiciary requirement that all of its employees become fully vaccinated or submit to regular COVID-19 testing; The full and final approval by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration of the widely available Pfizer vaccine, on August 23, 2021; and President Biden’s Executive Order of September 9, 2021, removing the testing option previously allowed, pursuant to the Task Force’s Model Safety Principles, and requiring that Executive Branch employees be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. * A person is considered fully vaccinated two weeks after receiving the second dosein a 2-dose series (e.g., Pfizer, Moderna) or two weeks after receiving a single-dose vaccine (e.g., Johnson & Johnson).

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In consideration of the above actions taken, and the fact that all 21 counties of New Jersey are areas of high transmission of the virus, and, to protect the health and safety of the public and Court staff, this Court recently established a policy mandating that all employees of the U.S. District Court, U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Probation, and Pretrial Services, in the District of New Jersey (“Court employees”), be fully vaccinated by October 19, 2021. The Court now finds it necessary and appropriate to adopt the following requirements, applicable to all persons other than Court employees (“visitors”), seeking entry into any U.S. Courthouse or any site of a Probation or Pretrial Services Office, in the District of New Jersey (“Court facilities”), with the exception of: petit and grand jurors; individuals younger than 12 years of age; and persons who will be onsite in Court facilities for less than 15 minutes (“excepted persons”). IT IS, THEREFORE ORDERED, regarding visitors generally, that: 1. Subject to further specifications noted below, visitors, who are not excepted persons, will be granted entry into Court facilities only upon providing proof that they have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Acceptable proof of vaccination shall consist of that person's vaccination card or a recognized application, such as the Docket mobile phone application record or any similar State specific application that produces a digital health record, accompanied by proof of identification. 2. Those visitors who are not excepted persons, and who fail to provide proof of full vaccination, including those who decline to disclose their vaccination status, will be granted entry only upon presenting proof of a negative result from a PCR test (not a rapid test) taken no more than 72 hours prior to seeking entry, and proof of identification. 3. The term “visitor(s)” herein expressly includes, but is not limited to: attorneys; criminal defendants, including federal detainees; government agents; investigators; employees of counsel; parties or party representatives in civil matters; witnesses; employees of state and federal law enforcement agencies, including Deputy U.S. Marshals and Court Security Officers; members of the press; observers of court proceedings; contractors; and vendors. 4. All persons, including those denied entry into Court facilities, for failure to provide proof of full vaccination or of a negative COVID-19 test result, may deposit and date-stamp papers in drop boxes at each Courthouse entrance, Monday through Friday, during the hours posted on the Court’s website. 5. Until further Order of the Court, all of the Court’s safety protocols, established by earlier Standing Orders, remain in place. That is, masks completely covering the nose and mouth are still required of all entrants to, and occupants of Court facilities, regardless of vaccination status, in all public areas of Court facilities. All persons seeking entry to Court facilities, including fully vaccinated persons, must abide by the entry screening processes of temperature screening and hand sanitizing. Additionally, all occupants of Court facilities must observe markings and instructional signage regarding masks, social distancing, occupancy restrictions and hand sanitizing.

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6. Masked persons within Court facilities may be asked to lower their masks briefly for identification purposes, in compliance with safety and security requirements, and the removal of masks may also be ordered at the discretion of the judicial officer before whom masked persons appear. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED, regarding federal detainees specifically, that: 1. Federal detainees housed in detention centers in this District who are not fully vaccinated must be tested for COVID-19 prior to appearing for in-person court hearings, and where practicable and when space allows, said detention centers shall hold those detainees in quarantine, in between the test’s administration and the hearing, to protect against further exposure before transport to the Court. 2. As test results may not be available prior to initial court appearances, the use of video conferencing, or teleconferencing if video conferencing is not readily available, remains appropriate for initial appearances, arraignments, detention hearings, and preliminary hearings, upon the consent of the defendant, to the extent consistent with the CARES Act and this Court’s Second Extension of Standing Order 2021-03. 3. The United States Attorney’s Office must notify the United States Marshals Service of any in-person hearing for an in-custody defendant 7 days prior to the hearing to ensure that the detention center housing that defendant has sufficient time to administer the test, and to avoid any unnecessary testing for canceled or moved hearings. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that consenting parties in a civil jury trial may move before the presiding judicial officer to request that all sitting jurors be fully vaccinated. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that: 1. The United States Marshal, his Deputies, and the Court Security Officers shall enforce this Order. 2. This Standing Order does not affect the COVID-19 mandatory vaccination policy previously established for Court employees. 3. This Order shall take effect on September 20, 2021. 4. The Court shall continue to closely monitor the public health emergency created by the COVID-19 pandemic and amend this Order, or enter additional Orders, as circumstances warrant. DATED: September 13, 2021 _____________________ Hon. Freda L. Wolfson U.S. Chief District Judge District of New Jersey

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EXHIBIT B

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ALUMINIUM SHAPES, L.L.C. Case No. 21-16520-JNP DEBTOR’S EXPEDITED MOTION FOR AN ORDER APPROVING BID PROTECTIONS PURSUANT TO AN ASSET PURCHASE AGREEMENT FOR THE SALE OF SUBSTANTIALLY ALL OF THE DEBTOR’S ASSETS, AND FOR RELATED RELIEF (Docket No. 132) ORDER SHORTENING TIME PERIOD FOR NOTICE, SETTING HEARING AND LIMITING NOTICE (For Matters Heard During Operation of the United States Bankruptcy Court’s Amended General Order Regarding Court Operations Under Exigent Circumstances Caused by Coronavirus (COVID-19) (Docket No. 135) IMPORTANT NOTICE TO THE BAR AND PUBLIC CONCERNING COVID-19 VACCINATION AND TESTING REQUIREMENTS AS SET FORTH IN DISTRICT COURT STANDING ORDER 2021-08 To All Parties Attending the hearing on the above matters on October 7, 2021: Please be advised the Court has requested a list of everyone who will be attending the hearing and confirmation that you are either fully vaccinated for covid-19 or have a negative covid-19 test within 72 hours of the hearing (from a PCR, not a rapid test). To comply with the Court’s request, please contact Ms. Coleen Schmidt at coleen.schmidt@obermayer.com or 215-665-3292 no later than 3:00 P.M. on Wednesday, October 6, 2021 to provide your information.

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G ATTORNEY GENERAL OF NEW JERSEY ATTN: BUFFY L. WILSON, DAG 25 MARKET STREET, P.O. BOX 093 TRENTON NJ08625-0093 N AND DYKMAN LLP (COUNSEL TO PUBLIC SERVICE ELECTRIC AND GAS COMPANY) ATTN: MICHAEL KWIATKOW100 QUENTIN ROOSEVELT BOULEVARD GARDEN CITY NY 11530 RTH PAXSON LLP ATTN: PETER C. HUGHES 1500 MARKET STREET SUITE 3500E PHILADELPHIA PA 19102& PETERSON PC (COUNSEL TO UGI ENERGY SERVICES, INC.) ATTN: GREGORY E. PETERSON, ESQ. 322U.S. HIGHWAY 46 SUITE 220E PARSIPPANY NJ 07054 ATRICK LENTZ & BUBBA, P.C. (COUNSEL TO TALEN ENERGY MARKETING, LLC) ATTN: DOUGLAS J. SMILLIE, JOSEPH SD'AMICO, JR 645 W. HAMILTON STREET, SUITE 800 ALLENTOWN PA 18101MOTOR CREDIT COMPANY, LLC NATIONAL BANKRUPTCY SERVICE CENTER P.O. BOX 62180 COLORADO SPRINGS CO 80962OTHSCHILD, LLP (COUNSEL TO OFFICIAL COMMITTEE OF UNSECURED CRED) ATTN: MARTHA B. CHOVANES,ESQ 2000 MARKET STREET 20TH FLOOR PHILADELPHIA PA 19103 BROWN TODD LLC (COUNSEL TO CYGNUS MANUFACTURING COMPANY) ATTN: JORDAN S. BLANK, ESQ. 501GRANT STREET, SUITE 800 PITTSBURGH PA 15219 IS & KOUNOUPIS, P.C. (COUNSEL TO NATHAN H. KELMAN, INC.) ATTN: DAVID L. DERATZIAN, ESQ. 20 E. BRSTREET BETHLEHEM PA 18018 NAL REVENUE SERVICES CENTRALIZED INSOLVENCY OPERATION PO BOX 7346 PHILADELPHIA PA 19101-7346NAL REVENUE SERVICES LOCAL OFFICE 600 ARCH STREET PHILADELPHIA PA 19106NAL REVENUE SERVICES DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY 1500 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, N.W. WASHINGTON DC 202R. MORTON, JR., ESQUIRE (COUNSEL TO FORD MOTOR CREDIT COMPANY, LLC) 110 MARTER AVENUE, SUITE 301MOORESTOWN NJ 08057 WITZ & RICHMAN (COUNSEL TO TEAMSTERS LOC. 837 HEALTH & WELFARE FUND, ET AL) ATTN: MATTHEW AREMAN, ESQUIRE 123 S. BROAD STREET - SUITE 2020 PHILADELPHIA PA 19109TER & ENGLISH, LLP (COUNSEL TO TIGER FINANCE, LLC) ATTN: JOSEPH LUBERTAZZI, JR., ESQ. FOURGATEWAY CENTER 100 MULBERRY STREET NEWARK NJ 07102 TER & ENGLISH, LLP (COUNSEL TO TIGER FINANCE, LLC) ATTN: FRANKLIN BARBOSE, JR., ESQ. FOUR GATECENTER 100 MULBERRY STREET NEWARK NJ 07102 ANTVILLE- PENNSAUKEN WATER (COUNSEL TO MERCHANTVILLE- PENNSAUKEN) 6751 WESTFIELD AVENUE PENNSAUKEN NJSSION 08110 R JOHNSON (COUNSEL TO NEW LIFE TRANSPORT PARTS CENTER) P.O. BOX 306 GRAND RAPIDS MI49501-0306 E OF THE UNITED STATES TRUSTEE UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE ATTN: JEFFREY M. SPONDER, ESQ. ONE NEWACENTER, SUITE 2100 NEWARK NJ 07102 E OF THE US ATTORNEY GENERAL U.S. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE ATTN: MERRICK GARLAND 950 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, NWASHINGTON DC 20530-0001 R & BRAUNSTEIN LLP (COUNSEL TO SECURED LENDER TIGER FINANCE, LLC) ATTN: ANTHONY B. STUMBO, ESQTIMES SQUARE TOWER SEVEN TIMES SQUARE, SUITE 2506 NEW YORK NY 10036TTI LAW GROUP (COUNSEL TO EASTERN LIFT TRUCK CO., INC.) ATTN: REBECCA K. MCDOWELL, ESQ., N. KINGS HIGHWAY STE 300 CHERRY HILL NJ 08034 OF NEW JERSEY DEPT. OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION 401 E STATE ST. TRENTON NJ 08625RONY BANK C/O PRA RECEIVABLES MANAGEMENT, LLC ATTN: VALERIE SMITH, SR. MANAGER PO BOX41021 NORFOLK VA 23541 R AND KEYSER LLC (COUNSEL TO BB 316 INVESTMENTS LLC) 89 HADDON AVENUE STE. B2 HADDONFIELD NJ08033 NITED STATES ATTORNEY GENERAL FOR THE STATE OF NEW JERSEY ATTN: ANDREW J. BRUCK 25 MARKET ST. TRENTON NJ08611 NITED STATES ATTORNEY'S OFFICE FOR THE DISTRICT OF NEW JERSEY PETER RODINO FEDERAL BUILDING 970 BROAD STRESUITE 700 NEWARK NJ 07102 DEPARTMENT OF LABOR, OFFICE OF SOLICITOR (COUNSEL TO M. WALSH, SECY OF LABOR) ATTN: SUZANNEDEMITRIO CAMPBELL 201 VARICK STREET, ROOM 983 NEW YORK NY 10014VIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY REGION 2 290 BROADWAY, 17TH FLOOR 2 NEW YORK NY 10007-1866VIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY ATTN: SCOTT PRUITT, ADMINISTRATOR ARIEL RIOS BUILDING 1200 PENNSYLVANIA

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SHULTES, INC. ATTN: ED SCHULTES 664 S. EVERGREEN AVENUE WOODBURY HEIGHTS NJ 08097NED METAL INDUSTRIES INC. 454 DOBBIE DRIVE CAMBRIDGE ON N1T 1S7 CANADAE LANDEN FINANCIAL SERVICES INC. PHILADELPHIA PA 19101-1602 T ENERGY BUSINESS MARKETING LLC 194 WOOD AVENUE SOUTH, SUITE 200 ISELIN NJ 08830T ENERGY BUSINESS MARKETING LLC 1001 LIBERTY AVENUE SUITE 1200 PITTSBURGH PA 15222RN LIFT TRUCK CO INC. 549 E LINWOOD AVENUE MAPLE SHADE NJ 08052MENT DEPOT PENNSYLVANIA, INC. 741 INDEPENDENCE AVENUE MECHANICSBURG PA 17055 HERMES NORTH AMERICA INSURANCE 800 RED BROOK BLVD. OWINGS MILLS MD 21117AL CHEMICAL & SUPPLY ATTN: DAVID MCDONOUGH 858 N. LENOLA RD, UNIT 1A MOORESTOWN NJ 08057FECTOR, INC. 1100 ATWATER DRIVE MALVERN PA 19355 NLY INDUSTRIAL POWER, LLC ATTN: ED BRADY 701 PARKWAY DR. BROOMALL PA 19008N TRUCK LINES, INC. 808 N. 161ST EAST AVE. TULSA OK 74116 EK INC. 100 CLEARBROOK ROAD ELMSFORD NY 10523-1116 EK INC. 1285 CLAREMONT ROAD CARSLILE PA 17015 ENERGY MARKETING, LLC 600 HAMILTON ST., SUITE 600 ALLENTOWN PA 18101TERS LOCAL 837 401(K) PLAN 12275 TOWNSEND ROAD PHILADELPHIA PA 19154 FINANCE, LLC 99 PARK AVENUE, SUITE 1930 NEW YORK NY 10016 NERGY SERVICES, LLC ATTN: ROGER PERREAULT 835 KNITTING MILLS WAY WYOMISSING PA 19610Total Creditor count 18

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SHULTES, INC ATTN: MICHAEL G. SCHULTES 664 S. EVERGREEN AVENUE WOODBURY HEIGHTS NJ 08097ICE INCORPORATED 350 W ELM STREET CONSHOHOCKEN PA 19428 FINANCIAL SERVICES, INC 14904 COLLECTIONS CENTER DRIVE CHICAGO IL 60693-0149NED METAL INDUSTRIES INC. 505 GARYRAY DRIVE TORONTO ON M9L 1P9 CANADANED METAL INDUSTRIES INC. COMBINED METAL INDUSTRIES INC. C/O HEITNER & BREITSTEIN ATTN: CARY R. STERNBACK 28 N MAIN ST 1429 MARLBORO NJ 07746 E LANDEN FINANCIAL SERVICES INC. PHILADELPHIA PA 19101-1602 T ENERGY BUSINESS MARKETING LLC DIRECT ENERGY BUSINESS MARKETING LLC C/O FISHKINLUCKS ATTN: STEVEN MILES LUONE RIVERFRONT PLAZA, SUITE 410 NEWARK NJ 07102 T ENERGY BUSINESS MARKETING LLC 1001 LIBERTY AVENUE SUITE 1200 PITTSBURGH PA 15222T ENERGY BUSINESS MARKETING LLC DIRECT ENERGY BUSINESS MARKETING LLC C/O MCDOWELL HETHERINGTON LLP ATTN: KAH. EASTERLING 1001 FANNIN STREET, SUITE 2700 HOUSTON TX 77002RN LIFT TRUCK CO. EASTERN LIFT TRUCK CO. C/O SALDUTTI LAW GROUP ATTN: ROBERT L. SALDUTTI 800KINGS HWY N CHERRY HILL NJ 08034 RN LIFT TRUCK CO. P.O. BOX 307 MAPLE SHADE NJ 08052 MENT DEPOT PENNSYLVANIA, INC. EQUIPMENT DEPOT PENNSYLVANIA, INC. C/O GREGORY SHIELDS LAW ATTN: GREGORY S. SHIELDS 107 CHESLEY DR STE 5 MEDIA PA 19063 MENT DEPOT PENNSYLVANIA, INC. P.O. BOX 8500-7647 PHILADELPHIA PA 19178-7647 HERMES NORTH AMERICA INS EULER HERMES NORTH AMERICA INS C/O HEITNER & BREITSTEIN ATTN: CARY R. STERNBACK 28 N MAIN ST 1429 MARLBORO NJ 07746 HERMES NORTH AMERICA INS 800 RED BROOK BOULEVARD OWINGS MILLS MD 21117AL CHEMICAL & SUPPLY 858 N LENOLA RD #1A MOORSETOWN NJ 08057AL CHEMICAL & SUPPLY GENERAL CHEMICAL & SUPPLY ATTN: DAVID MCDONOUGH 858 N. LENOLA RD, UNIT 1AMOORESTOWN NJ 08057 N FORD LINCOLN 571 WEST RT. 38 MAPLE SHADE NJ 08052 INANCIAL SERVICES INC P.O. BOX 14545 DES MOINES IA 50306-3545FECTOR INC. IFM EFECTOR, INC. C/O HEITNER & BREITSTEIN ATTN: CARY R. STERNBACK 28 N MAIST 1429 MARLBORO NJ 07746 FECTOR INC. 1100 N ATWATER DR MALVERN PA 19355 837 HEALTH & WELFARE 12275 TOWNSEND ROAD PHILADELPHIA PA 19154NLY INDUSTRIAL POWER, LLC ATTN: ED BRADY 701 PARKWAY DR. BROOMALL PA 19008N BUSINESS BANK PO BOX 13604 PHILADELPHIA PA 19101-3604 EK INC. PYROTEK INC. C/O LEWIS BRISBOIS BISGAARD & SMITH, LLP ATTN: JONATHAN M. PREZIOSI ONE RIVERFRONT PLAZA, SUITE 800 NEWARK NJ 07102 EK INC. 100 CLEARBROOK ROAD ELMSFORD NY 10523-1116 H INC. 3077 EAST 98TH STREET INDIANAPOLIS IN 46280 ENERGY MARKETING, LLC TALEN ENERGY MARKETING, LLC C/O FITZPATRICK LENTZ & BUBBA, P.C. ATTN: JOSEPS. D'AMICO, JR. 645 WEST HAMILTON STREET, SUITE 800 ALLENTOWN NJ 18101 ENERGY MARKETING, LLC PO BOX 825510 PHILADELPHIA PA 19182-5510 FINANCE, LLC 99 PARK AVENUE SUITE 1930 NEW YORK NY 10016 FINANCE, LLC TIGER FINANCE, LLC C/O REIMER & BRAUNSTEIN LLP SEVEN TIMES SQUARE SUITE 250NEW YORK NY 10036 NERGY SERVICES, LLC UGI ENERGY SERVICES, LLC C/O DYER PETERSON ATTN: GREGORY EDWIN PETERSON 322U.S. HIGHWAY 46, SUITE 220E PARSIPPANY NJ 07054 NERGY SERVICES, LLC P.O. BOX 827032 PHILADELPHIA PA 19182 Total Creditor count 33

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Core-2002 Email Service List Name Email Address ACTING ATTORNEY GENERAL OF NEW JERSEY buffy.wilson@law.njoag.govCULLEN AND DYKMAN LLP mkwiatkowski@cullenllp.com DILWORTH PAXSON LLP phughes@dilworthlaw.com DYER & PETERSON, PC gpeterson@dyerpeterson.com FOX ROTHSCHILD LLP jdipasquale@foxrothschild.com FOX ROTHSCHILD LLP mherz@foxrothschild.com FOX ROTHSCHILD LLP mviscount@foxroth.com FOX ROTHSCHILD, LLP mchovanes@foxrothschild.com HAHALIS & KOUNOUPIS, PC david@employmentlaw-lv.com MARKOWITZ & RICHMAN mareman@markowitzandrichman.com MCCARTER & ENGLISH LLP jlubertazzi@mccarter.com MCCARTER & ENGLISH LLP fbarbosa@mccarter.com MERCHANTVILLE- PENNSAUKEN WATER COMMISION kmcconnell@mpwc.comMERCHANTVILLE- PENNSAUKEN WATER COMMISION jhershey@mpwc.com MILLER JOHNSON pigginsj@millerjohnson.com PRA RECEIVABLES MANAGEMENT, LLC claims_rmsc@pragroup.com RIEMER & BRAUNSTEIN LLP astumbo@riemerlaw.com SALDUTTI LAW GROUP rmcdowell@slgcollect.com SOUTHEASTERN EXTRUSION jberry@set-tool.com U.S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR, OFFICE OF THE SOLICITOR campbell.suzanne@dol.gov U.S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR, OFFICE OF THE SOLICITOR ny-sol-ecf@dol.govCount: 21

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