1925, Construction of the Mosquito Mini Passenger Bus. Soon Chow's contribution to the private transportation scene included the pioneer introduction of the Mosquito buses. . .
1938, Early first bus bodies built by Soon Chow. These bus bodies were put together in the 1930s in preparation for a demand in the transportation services. Bus bodies were quickly assembled. . .
1940, During the colonization by the British, orders such as this mobile canteen has enabled many food operators a flexibility to move places and run their businesses. Soon Chow was the first. . .
1959, Police Special Riot Vehicle with Water cannon capabilities. With much skilled expertise, Soon Chow was tasked to design and built the police riot vehicle. These vehicles were simply a bus. . .
1963, An enhanced version of the Police Special Riot Vehicle. Over time, experiences helped the authorities work even closer with Soon Chow on the necessary and enhanced guidelines. . .
1971, Emergence of the wholly built full size passenger buses. The evolution of the passenger bus has created buses with more capacity which Soon Chow built from scratch in the late 1960s. . .
1973, Special Fraser & Neave (F&N) transport truck. Soon Chow's involvement in the F&N transport truck is evident in the 1970s with F&N collaboratively working with Soon Chow. . .
2006, First SBS buses rolled out to serve the public. Bus bodies built by Soon Chow.
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