Made up of a solid square block, this logo represented the statutory board's firm focus in the development and management of industrial facilities and infrastructure. The lines expanding outwards symbolised its thrust into new frontiers, particularly the international arena.
This design replaced the board's original logo consisting of the letters 'JTC' and shaped to resemble factory with chimneys, reflecting its pioneering role in helping Singapore industrialise when it was formed in 1968.
The 1993 logo was commissioned to reflect more accurately JTC's role as an "industrial authority", and was subsequently replaced in 2000 when it was corporatised.
- "JTC logo may lose smokey chimneys" The Straits Times, 23 March, 1988, p. 18.
- Lee, Chang Siang. Signs of the Times. 1995, p. 60-61
- "New logo depicts a strong, dynamic group." The Straits Times, 31 May 1993.