San Francisco’s Pier 80, a 60-acre facility with two warehouses and four deep-water berths, could see as many as 150,000 automobiles delivered annually thanks to a deal between the Port of San Francisco and Pasha Automotive Services. Photo: Michael Macor, The Chronicle

For the first time in years, San Francisco’s Pier 80 — which in recent months has been the site of an emergency homeless shelter — will revert to its intended purpose: a working cargo terminal.