November 11, 2014
Cadwalader is pleased to have advised The Pasha Group, a family-owned global logistics and transportation company, on its agreement to acquire the Hawaii trade-lane business of Horizon Lines, Inc., a Jones Act container shipping and integrated logistics Company, for approximately $141.5 million.
The Cadwalader team was led by Corporate Partners Louis Bevilacqua and William Mills, Tax Partners Linda Swartz and Richard Nugent, Antitrust Partner Charles (Rick) Rule, Antitrust Special Counsel Daniel Howley and Corporate Associates Lisa Atkins, Braden McCurrach and Matthew Weger.
About The Pasha Group
Established in 1947, The Pasha Group is a family-owned, third generation diversified global logistics and transportation company that provides total supply chain management for finished and privately owned vehicles, marine terminal management and stevedoring, domestic and international relocation services and international logistics management for general commodity and project cargoes. The Pasha Group operates facilities at the ports of San Diego and Los Angeles, California; Honolulu, Hawaii; Grays Harbor in Aberdeen, Washington; Portsmouth, Virginia; and Port Manatee, Florida.
Pasha Hawaii offers roll-on/roll-off transport between the West Coast and Hawaii for a wide range of vehicles, yachts, heavy machinery, oversized cargo, and containers. Pasha Hawaii is an independent operating subsidiary of The Pasha Group.
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