He also held position in a company called Standard-Vaccum Oil Co which is a close business partner or supplier of Bee Huat Company's petrol stations.
|Ng Kah Ghee with other colleagues of Standard-Vaccum Oil Co|
China Famine Fund (1920), Geylang Girls School Building Fund (1927) London Raid Relief Fund Donations (1940)
Mr Ng Kah Ghee pased away on May 26, 1941 at his residence at No 23, Lorong 27-A Geylang at the age of 56 while Mrs Ng Kah Ghee passed away on Aug 11, 1955. They are buried in Block 5 Division B and is affected by the 8 lane highway. He left behind 5 sons ( Cheng Hoe, Cheng Ann, Cheng Kiat, Cheng Chwee and Cheng Bok ) and 5 daughters.
|Tomb of Mr and Mrs Ng Kah Ghee|
Bee Huat & Co operated from No 29 Beach Road during the time when the demand for motor vehicles were booming. Mr Ng Kah Ghee's company established itself as one of main agents for SOCONY - Standard Oil Company New York.
|Advertisement, 13 April 1925|
|The Singapore Free Press|
|Esso Petrol Kiosk in Orchard Road|
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