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2017
2015
2013
2008
2007
  • The second furnace in TTMI is successfully tested and operation, making TTMI fully operational with both furnaces fired up.
  • Advance SCT acquired 50,000 metric tonnes smelter in Shenyang, China, via a special purpose vehicle (SPV) to expand its copper smelting capacity.
  • The first furnace in TTMI was successfully tested and operational.
  • Ground-breaking ceremony for Copper Refining and Manufacturing facility in Tuas, Singapore.
2006
  • Advance SCT Limited expands into the mechanical recycling business through the 100% acquisition of Green World Holdings.
2004
  • Company incorporated under the name of Advance SCT Pte Ltd. SCT became a wholly - owned subsidiary.
2002
  • Green World Holdings expanded to the Middle East through the incorporation of a new subsidiary, Green World (Middle East) Pte Ltd. The new subsidiary will be engaged principally in the sourcing and trading of ferrous and non-ferrous metal products and the development of environmental-related business in the Middle East.
2001
  • SCT Technologies Pte Ltd commenced rental of PCB-related equipment.
  • A new $10 million headquarters cum factory building at 6 Tuas View Circuit, with a total built-in area of 7,064 sqm was built to cater to the increased business volume.
2000
  • SCT Technologies Pte Ltd evolved from a partnership after full shares of SCT was acquired and subsequently dissolved.
1999
  • SCT was awarded the ISO 9002 certificate by the European Quality Assurance Limited for its quality management system. SCT was subsequently upgraded by the European Quality Assurance Limited to the ISO 9001:2000 certificate on 7 November 2003.
1998
  • Purchased the Flying Probe. First company to introduce such a tester in the Singapore PCB market.
1997
  • Tsingtech Recycling Pte Ltd was incorporated to meet the demands of suppliers in the eastern part of Singapore. A collection center was set up in a 1,800 sqm factory at 12 Defu Lane 7.
1995
  • SCT was first formed as a partnership called Strategics Circuit Test in 1995 by our Executive Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Mr Tea Yeok Kian and Mr Lim Geok Siong.