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Pasha Hawaii begins California service

Pasha Hawaii’s container ship the Horizon Reliance has started West Coast US to Hawaii service last monthconnecting Long Beach and Oakland to Honolulu.

Horizon Reliance berthed at the SSA Terminal Pier A in the Port of Long Beach, on 13 April. With two sailings between California and Honolulu each week, Pasha Hawaii serves a vital supply chain and delivers goods to every sector of the Hawaiian economy: grocery, retail, tourism, construction and agriculture.

Pasha Hawaii offers the following services that connect Long Beach and Honolulu:


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