All clusters in Singapore's manufacturing sector grew last month despite ongoing trade tensions.
Figures from the Economic Development Board showed a 7.4 per cent rise on the previous year.
Although this was below May's 12.9 per cent surge, it still beat economists' consensus forecast of a 3.3 per cent increase.
However, there may be choppy waters ahead, as the lustre may be fading in the powerhouse electronics cluster.
Its June output expanded by 7.1 per cent, a plunge from May's 18.7 per cent jump.
The ING Asia-Pacific economics team said growth in industrial production "is very clearly pea-king out".
"But there are too many unanswered questions to make a confident prediction of what happens over the rest of this year and next," they added.