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Taiwan Machinery Manufacturing Corporation (TMMC) may be a company that not many people are familiar with, but its products have a deep effect on Taiwan’s economic development. Did you know that TMMC played a role in a wide range of industries from the livelihood industry to major transportation constructions during early periods of Taiwan? For example, in the early 1960s fruit cans manufactured in Taiwan were sold to all over the world, making a great deal of money for the country; the material used for the containers was tin plates manufactured by TMMC.

Furthermore, TMMC was contracted to build the southern half of Xiluo Bridge, which was praised as “the largest bridge in the far

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east,” in 1952. This construction linked together the two sides of Zhoushui River – Changhua County and Yunlin County, and also linked together transportation from Taiwan’s north to south, injecting new life into Taiwan’s economic development; TMMC can be considered as an “anonymous hero” of Taiwan’s economic miracle. Although TMMC retired in 2001 in coordination with the government’s privatization policy, we will forever remember its contribution to this land. Today, the railway remains of Kaohsiung Port Line in front of Southern Vocational Training Center, Bureau of Employment and Vocational Training, Council of Labor Affairs, Executive Yuan on Kaixuan 4th Road, Kaohsiung City that extends to the steel products factory is not only a witness of the prime of TMMC, but also a precious memory of the older generation of Kaohsiung.
 
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