In April, the Port of Grays Harbor Commissioners and staff joined representatives from Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA), The Pasha Group, Siem Car Carriers, Puget Sound & Pacific Railroad and ILWU Local 24 for a celebration of the 500,000th FCA arrival at Terminal 4

Drawn by the Port of Grays Harbor’s rail-served, deep-water terminals and its strategic location as the closest U.S. mainland port to the Pacific Rim, Pasha Automotive Services began its port processing operations at Grays Harbor in 2009, shortly before landing the Chrysler contract in early 2010.

The celebration recognized the 500,000th vehicle processed for FCA by Pasha Automotive Services (PAS), loaded onto the Siem Socrates, a Siem Car Carriers vessel, by Pasha Stevedoring & Terminals (PST) and ILWU Local 24.

Representatives from Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, The Pasha Group, ILWU Local 24, Puget Sound & Pacific Railroad, Siem Car Carriers and the Port gathered earlier this month to celebrate the 500,000 FCA arrival at the Port of Grays Harbor.

“The Port of Grays Harbor is proud to take part in yet another great milestone with our partners here today,” stated Port Commission President Stan Pinnick. “We look forward to celebrating future milestones here at Terminal 4 as we continue to generate more opportunities, jobs and prosperity for our partners and our community.”