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During the 1970s, Forward Winsome Industries received large numbers of OEM orders. To prepare the clients' inspection of his factories, Lam improved the quality of his plant management. He knew that many of his OEM clients had their own factories, so he sent employees overseas to learned from others
  • Post-war Industries
  • 1970s-2000s
When Lam was an employee at Yuen Hing Hong Co. Ltd., the company expanded on its raw plastic material business, acting as an agent for importers from Britain, USA, Germany and Italy, from whom he bought and resold plastic materials to local factories. Lam once conducted a research for information ab
  • Post-war Industries
  • 1940s
Lam Leung believed that impetus for Hong Kong’s manufacturers to develop new products depended on their relationship with clients and their receptiveness of product diversity. If a client committed to long-term orders, the manufacturers would be more willing to invest in innovative product developme
  • Post-war Industries
  • 1940s-2000s
After joining Yuen Hing Hong, Lam Leung recommended his boss, Mr. Yeung, to set up a plastic factory. In those days, people from Mainland China would come to Hong Kong to purchase plastic sheets, which they made into set squares. Lam was inspired by this trend and suggested his boss to open a factor
  • Post-war Industries
  • 1940s
In April 1979, Lam set up a factory in Dongguan, making it a testing ground for investment in the Mainland. This all began when Lam was invited by a Dongguan businessman with whom he had businesses ties. Dongguan was not a developed area and on the factory site there was just a dilapidated old house
  • Post-war Industries
  • 1970s-1980s
Between 1963 and 1965, Forward Winsome Industries Limited received large number of orders, and Lam Leung had to outsource the sewing process of doll clothes to others. Lam and his wife had to bring the clothing materials to sub-contractors in Sham Shui Po, Sun Po Kong and other resettlement areas, f
  • Post-war Industries
  • 1960s
The toy and plastic factory owners used to show solidarity in the old days, and they would always get together to share information. The first industrial association was the The Hong Kong Plastics Manufacturers Association (HKPMA). It composed of the more successful, larger factories. They organised
  • Post-war Industries
  • 1950s-1960s
The second generation of Forward Winsome Industries Ltd had ascended to management by succession. In the 1950s, Lam and his whole family lived next door to the factory. The front of the building was Forward Products Co., where his son oftentimes stayed. Lam allowed his son to choose any subject at s
  • Post-war Industries
  • 1960s-2000s
Lam Leung’s factories, including Winsome Plastic Works, Advance Plastic Factory and Forward Products Co.. had participated in the Hong Kong Brands and Products Expo (HKBPE) for six to seven times during the times of Governor Alexander Grantham, Robert Black, and David Trench. Winsome was a producer
  • Post-war Industries
  • 1950s-1960s
Between 1963 and 1965, Forward Winsome Industries Ltd received a large volume of orders. Lam thereby outsourced the sewing procedures of doll costumes. Every evening, he and his wife would take the textile to the resettlement areas such as Sham Shui Po and San Po Kong. A contractor would re-distribu
  • Post-war Industries
  • 1960s
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