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  • Aerial view of Jurong Port, 1973

    Streets and Places · JTC Corporation
    Jurong Port has deep-water berths to allow big ships to stop at Jurong. This makes the transport of materials to and from the factories very convenient and economical.
  • Jurong Port, 1988

    Streets and Places · JTC Corporation
    Livestock like sheep are imported into Singapore via Jurong Port.
  • Aerial view of Jurong Port, 1998

    Streets and Places · JTC Corporation
    An aerial view of the multi-purpose berths and cement terminal at Pulau Damar Laut. The island was reclaimed and enlarged from 27 hectares to 61 hectares and linked to the mainland via a causeway in 1993.  Note: Jurong Port was corporatized in January 2001 and it operates as Jurong Port...
  • Jurong Industrial Port, 1982

    Streets and Places · JTC Corporation
    A vessel berthed at Jurong Port, a general and bulk cargo port.
  • Aerial view of Jurong Industrial Port, April 1980

    Streets and Places · JTC Corporation
    An aerial view of Jurong Port with the island Pulau Damar Laut in the background. Pulau Damar Laut was eventually reclaimed to provide more deep-water berths, and it was linked to the port on the mainland.
  • Aerial view of Jurong Industrial Port, March 1986

    Streets and Places · JTC Corporation
    An aerial view showing the completed new berths at Jurong Port on the right.
  • Cement ship in operation at Jurong Port, 1984

    Streets and Places · JTC Corporation
    Cement being unloaded at Jurong Port.
  • Aerial view of Jurong Port, 1990

    Streets and Places · JTC Corporation
    An aerial view of Jurong Port.
  • Jurong Port, 1992

    Streets and Places · JTC Corporation
    A busy day at Jurong Port with many vessels berthed at the general and bulk cargo port.
  • Aerial view of Jurong Port, 1969

    Streets and Places · JTC Corporation
    When statutory board, JTC, was formed in 1968, the Jurong Port came under its care. Jurong Port operated as a general and bulk cargo port and it supported industrialists in the Jurong Industrial Estate.
  • Aerial view of Jurong Industrial Port, June 1984

    Streets and Places · JTC Corporation
    As more vessels berthed at Jurong Port, JTC decided to expand and build more berths and warehouses to support the port’s growth.
  • Aerial view of Jurong Industrial Port, 1984

    Streets and Places · JTC Corporation
    Vessels berthed at Jurong Port, a general and bulk cargo port.
  • Aerial view of Jurong Port, 1988

    Streets and Places · JTC Corporation
    An aerial view of the completed new berths and warehouses at Jurong Port.
  • Aerial view of Jurong Port, 1991

    Streets and Places · JTC Corporation
    As the cargo throughput expands, JTC decided to further expand Jurong Port by building multi-purpose berths on nearby Pulau Damar Laut (left) in 1990. The island will be linked to the port on the mainland via a causeway link.
  • Aerial view of Jurong Industrial Port, 1982

    Streets and Places · JTC Corporation
    An aerial view of Jurong Port.
  • Jurong Port, 1969

    Streets and Places · JTC Corporation
    A conveyor belt at Jurong Port helps to transport bulk cargo for storage. Some of the bulk cargo handled included cement clinker, maize, phosphate, tin slag and copper slag.
  • Jurong Port, 1988

    Streets and Places · JTC Corporation
    Rolls of steel are being loaded onto a vessel at Jurong Port.
  • Jurong Industrial Port, June 1985

    Streets and Places · JTC Corporation
    Transportation of cargoes in progress at Jurong Port.
  • Jurong Industrial Port, 1993

    Streets and Places · JTC Corporation
    Unloading operations in progress at Jurong Port.
  • Jurong Port, 1988

    Streets and Places · JTC Corporation
    An unloader in operation at Jurong Port to unload cargo from the ship.