PST is the expert stevedoring and breakbulk specialists for the global maritime transportation industry in the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, CA, and the 3rd largest independent West Coast terminal operator.

Pasha Stevedoring and Terminals

PST is a privately held, professional breakbulk cargo-handling company that provides expert stevedoring, vessel loading and unloading services for the global maritime transportation industry in the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, California. A wholly owned subsidiary of The Pasha Group, PST is the third largest independent West Coast terminal operator, holding several long-term leases with the port.

Breakbulk Specialists

As breakbulk specialists, we combined our talents and decades of hands-on experience in the field of general and heavy-lift cargo with our container capabilities to operate the only true omni-terminal in the Port of Los Angeles.

 

The Omni Terminal

The omni-terminal concept involves a terminal designed to accommodate a multitude of commodities in addition to standard ocean-going containers. As breakbulk specialists, our team of professionals maintains the highest productivity, while offering customers the flexibility necessary to accommodate such a diverse range of cargo. As has been our experience, a vessel could require we lift a 428-ton petroleum cracker or 125 feet-long refinery reactor and then immediately revert to handling containers or bundles of steel or forest products.

How We Work

Proactive, interactive and innovative.
PST is proud of its reputation as being proactive, interactive and innovative in all our vessel and terminal operations, equipment design and alternative fuels testing, and physical safety and security issues.

A teamwork approach that works.
Teamwork is one of the cornerstones of our operating philosophy. We have partnered with customers on many levels to ensure their success.

Industry and community.
PST is proud of its reputation as being proactive, interactive and innovative in all our vessel and terminal operations, equipment design and alternative fuels testing, and physical safety and security issues.