This is part 2 of 2 on southeast Asia (specifically Singapore) and its role in today's global economy. Read part 1 here.
After three decades at Ayer Rajah Crescent, we are proud to announce that we will be moving our manufacturing ten kilometers westwards to the JTC MedTech Hub, 2 Tukang Innovation Grove #06-02 Singapore 618305.
This move wouldn't be possible without the continued support and loyalty of our customers and partners. We are deeply grateful for these relationships and thank you in advance for your cooperation and support during this transition.
In the 80's and 90's traditional Singaporean SME's (Small and Medium Enterprises) were highly dependent upon their large OEMs customers. After declaring its independence in 1965, Singapore, which had no natural resources, chose to turn to foreign companies as vehicles to achieve industrial growth and create jobs. The government of Lee Kuan Yew provided industrial infrastructure, peaceful employer-employee relations, a well educated workforce, low taxes and a logistic hub.
Hawker centers are a unique specialty of Singapore. They are large open areas with a wide variety of small stalls selling affordable cooked food. Many of my Singaporeans friends hardly cook at home as they enjoy walking down to the hawker center at dinner time. Besides offering affordable and diverse dishes, hawker centers also serve as a social link between the multicultural communities of Singapore.