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Pasha Automotive Services plans to launch an automobile processing operation at the Tradepoint Atlantic multimodal industrial site in Baltimore, Tradepoint officials announced earlier this week.The operation will be supported by a new purpose-built auto terminal, modern rail-loading facilities and direct rail access to CSX and Norfolk Southern Railway, according to a Tradepoint Atlantic press release.Pasha Automotive signed a lease calling for 21 acres of improved land, with a potential expansion of up to 150 acres. The terminal will host a roll-on/roll-off service for imported cars, starting with Fiat Chrysler. The first vessel call is slated for July.Tradepoint Atlantic will invest $5 million on infrastructure upgrades including berth improvements, security upgrades and additional roadways.Pasha Automotive is a subsidiary of The Pasha Group, a global logistics and transportation company.
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