In response to the increased needs generated by the COVID-19 crisis in Hawaii, Pasha Hawaii has donated $50,000 to the Hawai‘i Community Foundation’s Hawai‘i Resilience Fund and $50,000 in-kind ocean shipping services to Hawaii Foodbank. The donation was accompanied by a second gift by Pasha Hawaii’s sister company, Hawaii Stevedores, Inc. who pledged $20,000 to Hawaii Foodbank.
As appeared on KITV
"We're the lifeline to Hawai'i and we're going to stay operational throughout," Sr. Vice President Mike Caswell said.
KITV4 visited Pier 51 where business carried on as usual.
(L-R): George Pasha, IV; Connie Mitchell, The Institute for Human Services; Reggie Maldonado, Pasha Hawaii.
Pasha Hawaii Marks Construction Milestones at Keppel AmFELS
for New LNG-Fueled ‘Ohana Class Containerships
Keel Laying for M/V George III and Steel Cutting for M/V Janet Marie
(L-R): Simon Lee, Keppel AmFELS; George Pasha, IV, The Pasha Group
Honolulu, HI-based Pasha Hawaii today announced that the first steel plates have been cut for the M/V George III, the first of two Liquefied Natural Gas (“LNG”) fueled containerships being built at Brownsville, TX-based Keppel AmFELS, a subsidiary of Keppel Offshore & Marine (“Keppel O&M”). The two ‘Ohana Class vessels will join the Pasha Hawaii fleet, which provides service to the Hawaii/Mainland trade lane.
Honolulu, HI-based Pasha Hawaii resumed operations last evening at Pier 1 and Pier 51 at Honolulu Harbor, after receiving an all clear from the U.S. Coast Guard and Hawaii Department of Transportation Harbors, following the passage of Tropical Storm Olivia over the Hawaiian Islands and the re-opening of all ports.
Honolulu, HI-based Pasha Hawaii remains ready and positioned to resume operations as quickly as possible following Tropical Storm Olivia to ensure the flow of goods to the people of Hawaii.
Pasha Hawaii Resumes Cargo Operations After Receiving All Clear
From U.S. Coast Guard and Hawaii Department of Transportation
Honolulu, HI-based Pasha Hawaii resumed operations at Pier 51 today, with the arrival of its containership, Horizon Pacific. The vessel was the first to arrive in Honolulu Harbor after Pasha Hawaii received an all clear to resume cargo operations from the U.S. Coast Guard and Hawaii Department of Transportation, following the passage of Hurricane Lane over the Hawaiian Islands.
The Horizon Enterprise arrived on the West Coast yesterday, carrying 600 new refrigerated containers as part of Pasha Hawaii’s container replenishment program.