Not having a formal education wasn’t a hindrance to the late Ong Tuan Seng who displayed entrepreneurial drive and a keen eye for spotting trends.

Working as a lorry driver for the family’s logistics business after the Second World War, Ong was exposed to different businesses and trades, giving him some idea which were the ones with a better chance of success.

As such, Ong started a logistics business, then a machinery business, a textile printing venture, a property investment company as well as food manufacturing with OTS Holdings, which specialises in making lup cheong (Chinese sausages) sold under the Golden Bridge brand.

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