At Baylink Logistics Pte Ltd, we are continuously evolving to ensure that we provide the best service standards for our customers. Incorporated on 15 Dec 1994, Baylink Logistics has grown from a humble set up of a two-man team to become today’s dynamic organization with operations in Singapore, Indonesia and the World’s major shipping ports.

At Baylink Logistics Pte Ltd, we are continuously evolving to ensure that we provide the best service standards for our customers. Incorporated on 15 Dec 1994, Baylink Logistics has grown from a humble set up of a two-man team to become today’s dynamic organization with operations in Singapore, Indonesia and the World’s major shipping ports.

1980s - The Port of Singapore Authority (PSA) floating crane, ‘Vulcan’, in Keppel Harbour

1980s - The Port of Singapore Authority (PSA) floating crane, ‘Vulcan’, in Keppel Harbour

Cycle around town and take a pit stop at one of the many cafe's nearby. You can visit Sultan Mosque, Singapore at specific hours.

Cycle around town and take a pit stop at one of the many cafes nearby in Arab Street. You can visit Sultan Mosque, Singapore at specific hours.

Spectacular Images of the Port of Singapore

Spectacular Images of the Port of Singapore

Global Logistics Media - Multicolored shipping containers at the Port of Singapore. http://www.globallogisticsmedia.com/articles/view/multicolored-shipping-containers-at-the-port-of-singapore

Green lights illuminate multicolored shipping containers at the Port of Singapore Authority. Located at the tip of the Malay Peninsula in Southeast Asia, the port is one of the busiest container hubs in the world. Photograph by Justin Guariglia

c. 1870 - 1910 - View of Sentosa (far left) and Tg Berlayer (far right) from Singapore mainland

c. 1870 - 1910 - View of Sentosa (far left) and Tg Berlayer (far right) from Singapore mainland

Port of Singapore. Image © Flickr CC user shnapthat

5 Strategies to Improve the Urban Appeal of Port Cities

Thousands of ship containers on the dock, waiting to be shipped

In 2011, the Port of Shanghai set a historic record, handling over 30 million TEUs, taking the Port of Singapore's title as the world's busiest port with 29,069,000 TEUs; compared to Port of Singapore's 28,431,000.

In the Port of Shanghai set a historic record, handling over 30 million TEUs, taking the Port of Singapore's title as the world's busiest port with TEUs; compared to Port of Singapore's

British Admiralty Nautical Chart 4403: Port of Singapore, Tuas Bay, West Jurong Channel and Pesek Basin

British Admiralty Nautical Chart Port of Singapore, Tuas Bay, West Jurong Channel and Pesek Basin is a standard nautical chart. This nautical char.

Road leading to the Port of #Singapore

Road leading to the Port of

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