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  • Three workers loading crates onto lorry at Hiap Chuan Joo sawmill

    Economy · Ng, Siew Hock
    Hiap Chuan Joo was one of the largest sawmill factories in Singapore. Located at Balestier it produced wooden crates used for beverages including Coca-Cola and Tiger Beer. Taken in the 1950s this photograph shows workers loading crates onto a lorry at the factory. One of the workers is operating a...
  • Unloading of Hiap Chuan Joo sawmill's first forklift

    Economy · Ng, Siew Hock
    Hiap Chuan Joo was one of the largest sawmill factories in Singapore. Located at Balestier it produced wooden crates used for beverages including Coca-Cola and Tiger Beer. Taken in the 1950s this photograph shows the sawmill's first forklift being unloaded on the day of its delivery. Title devised by Library...
  • Delivery of Hiap Chuan Joo sawmill's first forklift

    Economy · Ng, Siew Hock
    Hiap Chuan Joo was one of the largest sawmill factories in Singapore. Located at Balestier it produced wooden crates used for beverages including Coca-Cola and Tiger Beer. Taken in the 1950s this photograph shows Hiap Chuan Joo sawmill's first forklift being delivered to the factory. Title devised by Library staff.
  • Son of owner of Hiap Chuan Joo sawmill with representative of the forklift company with sawmill's first forklift

    Economy · Personalities · Ng, Siew Hock
    Hiap Chuan Joo was one of the largest sawmill factories in Singapore. Located at Balestier it produced wooden crates used for beverages including Coca-Cola and Tiger Beer. Taken in the 1950s this photograph shows Ng Siew Hoo, second son of the owner of the factory, with a representative of the...
  • Hiap Chuan Joo sawmill's first forklift

    Economy · Ng, Siew Hock
    Hiap Chuan Joo was one of the largest sawmill factories in Singapore. Located at Balestier it produced wooden crates used for beverages including Coca-Cola and Tiger Beer. Taken in the 1950s this photograph shows the sawmill's first forklift being lowered to the ground during unloading on the day of its...