KEY MOMENTS OUR DREAMS: THEN & NOW Journey with us through our Xtory and explore the milestone developments that have made the X-Inc group what it is today. >

FoodXervices Inc brings world’s 4th Chocolate to Singapore through The Rubylicious Adventure 1934 Our founder Mr Ng Lim Song arrives in Singapore from Swatow (Shantou), Guangdong.
1939 Ng Chye Mong, which represents “to prosper again”, is founded in a small and humble three-storey shophouse along Rochor Road. Gradually, Ng Chye Mong expands from selling Teochew braised ducks to goods such as pots, pans, canned food, and dried goods. © Copyright SNGSAA 2021 XPACE opens as hub for fulfilling dreams of Singapore’s food industry 1960s The second generation of the Ng family take over the business and begins purchasing dried goods in bulk and repackaging them for retail sales.

House brand Twin Duck is created as a tribute to the braised ducks that were sold in the early days of the business.
Singapore’s tourism boom sees the opening of more food and hospitality establishments, resulting in an increase in sales.

Ng Chye Mong’s customers included hotels and restaurants such as the former Westin Hotel, Raffles Hotel, The Mayflower, Lai Wah and even Ponderosa and Jack’s Place.
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FoodXervices Inc to distribute Quantum Pro kitchenware and MedKlinn Cerafusion sterilisers The company diversifies into new markets and other business ventures including commodities trading, film production, property development, aviation, electronic product distribution and even duty-free shops.

Ng Chye Mong Pte Ltd is set up as the holding company for these various businesses and the foodservice business is renamed Ng Chye Mong Marketing. At its peak, Ng Chye Mong has more than 40 businesses in 25 countries with a US$250 million turnover, with its office situated within Thong Teck Building on Scotts Road.
FoodXervices Inc opens online wholesale grocery store to consumers to address food concerns 1990s A corporate head office is established in NCM Building along Toh Tuck Link with two warehouses in Geylang and Hong Kong Street. Ng Chye Mong Marketing moves out of its Rochor Road shophouse due to government land acquisition. NEXT (1997 ) >