PSA Corporation Limited has created the world's Largest shipping container logo/image to mark 45 years of operations at Tanjong Pagar Terminal, Southeast Asia's first container terminal.

The transhipment hub in Singapore arranged 359 colourful metal crates to form a giant lion head, which is one of the country's national symbols.

Constructing the largest shipping container logo

It took 15 hours to complete, but you can watch the attempt unfold in the minute-long time-lapse video below:

The attempt took place at PSA's 'Honouring our Heritage, Celebrating our Future' event, which was organised to commemorate 149 years of shipping and the fact that the company is moving to new ports.

"As we commemorate the achievements of those involved in the development of this historic terminal, we also take this opportunity to not only remember our rich past, but to also look to our future. With the rapid completion of our new terminals at Pasir Panjang, and the development of our future Tuas Terminal ongoing, PSA remains future-ready and committed to maintaining the strong economic contribution of our terminals, as one of the foremost container transhipment hubs in the world," – Mr Fock Siew Wah, Group Chairman, PSA International.

The largest shipping container logo lit up with lights

The event was attended by employees of the PSA and special guests, such as Minister Khaw Boon Wan – Singapore's Coordinating Minister for Infrastructure & Minister for Transport.

Largest shipping container logo certificate presentation