Chrysler and Pasha Group to Celebrate 100,000th Export From Port of Grays Harbor

ABERDEEN, Wash. – Port officials will welcome Pasha executives next week as the Automotive Export Group celebrates their 100,000th Chrysler exported from Terminal 4 in Aberdeen. When the Pasha Group began shipping Chryslers through the Port of Grays Harbor in February of 2010, the two companies said they projected as many as 25,000 vehicles passing through the port on their way to Asia and Australia, as part of a three-year pact.
The Chryslers are shipped by rail from production facilities in the eastern United States to Western Washington, then shipped to ports like Japan, China, Korea, Australia and New Zealand.