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Hawaii Stevedores moves forward with Honolulu terminal development

The stevedoring and terminal operator subsidiary of The Pasha Group has confirmed its lease of the new Kapalama Container Terminal in Honolulu, Hawaii, which is slated for completion by 2023.

   Honolulu-based Hawaii Stevedores, Inc., a subsidiary of The Pasha Group, has confirmed it will jointly development and eventually lease the Kapalama Container Terminal (KCT) in Hawaii.
   The the new 84-acre terminal will be constructed at the former Kapalama Military Reserve Terminal at Sand Island in Honolulu, confirmed the Hawaii State Department of Transportation (HDOT).
   The terminal is part of the state’s $448 million Harbors Modernization Plan.Hawaii Stevedores, as a stevedoring and marine-terminal service provider in Hawaii, handles container cargo, autos, lumber, heavy lifts, bulk commodities, and passenger liners at its current container terminal at Piers 1, 2 and 51 on Sand Island – which are currently at capacity.
   Hawaii Stevedores said it will consolidate customer cargo at the completion of the KCT terminal, slated between 2022 and 2023. Once cargo is consolidated, the state plans to modernize Piers 1 and 2, the company said. 
   According to Hawaii Stevedores, the terminal project “is the culmination of more than 10 years of collaboration” between Horizon Lines – another subsidiary of The Pasha Group – Hawaii Stevedores, and the HDOT.  
   “This project represents the single largest capital investment the harbor system has ever made, supported by a significant capital outlay by Hawaii Stevedores for infrastructure unique to its operation, including facilities and container gantry cranes,” said George Pasha, IV, president and CEO of The Pasha Group.
   “This investment delivers critical new capability necessary to efficiently handle the state’s current needs, provide long-term infrastructure support for the state’s continued robust growth, and optimize the flow of just-in-time goods into and out of the islands. Our investment in KCT will also help support Hawaii Stevedores’ 95-year legacy in Hawaii.
   “Hawaii Stevedores and Hawaii ILWU (International Longshore and Warehouse Union) play an integral role in in the health and vitality of Hawaii’s shipping industry. This partnership with the State will allow these vital organizations to prosper for many years to come,” Pasha concluded. 

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