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Port of San Francisco welcomes Pasha Automotive Services to Pier 80

The ILWU Local 10 Drill Team performed August 22, 2016 at the inauguration of the Pasha terminal at Pier 80 in SF

The ILWU Local 10 Drill Team performed August 22, 2016 at the inauguration of the Pasha terminal at Pier 80 in San Francisco.


First ship calls to unload automobiles and boats transforming Pier 80 from an underutilized asset to a thriving marine terminal

The Port of San Francisco today welcomed Pasha Automotive Services (PAS), a subsidiary of the Pasha Group, to Pier 80 for the first ship call to unload 500 automobiles being transported by truck to Northern California dealerships. Pier 80 is the Port’s 69-acre cargo terminal in the southern waterfront.

Pier 80 will employ approximately 50 longshore workers during vessel operations.

“This marine terminal agreement signifies a new beginning for cargo operations at the Port of San Francisco,” said Willie Adams, who serves as President of the San Francisco Port Commission and International President of the ILWU. “We want the world’s shipping community to know that the Port of San Francisco is open for business. We also want to thank Mayor Lee for his leadership and for helping us to support working families in this community.”

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