Pasha opens processing facility in Baltimore
Pasha Automotive Services this week marked the opening of a new 100,000-square-foot facility at the Port of Baltimore’s Dundalk Marine
Terminal where Porsche automobiles will be processed.
Currently, Porsche is the primary customer for the processing center. Porsche officials have projected the company will process 15,000 cars at the Baltimore facility in 2007.
Pasha will also do work for Subaru, the Glovis affiliate of Hyundai Kia Automotive Group, and Miles electric cars manufactured by Tianjin Qingyuan Electric Vehicle Company of China
'Baltimore is the logistics hub for all major Ro/Ro car carriers and inland rail and truck services for the Mid-Atlantic and various intermodal auto facilities,' said George Pasha IV, president and chief operating officer of The Pasha Group. 'Expanding our automotive
services to be centered on the East Coast at the Port of Baltimore was
a natural choice.'
Pasha established a military vehicle processing center on Broening Highway in Baltimore 10 years ago. The Pasha Group's initial presence in Baltimore was to serve as a major military household goods port services company for container stuffing and shipping agents in the Highlandtown area.
Currently the operation has a full-time staff of nine people and an additional work force of 15 temporary employees.