Pareto Local Search (PLS) is a basic building block in many state-of-the-art multiobjective combinatorial optimization algorithms. However, the basic PLS requires a long time to find high-quality solutions. In this paper, we propose and investigate several parallel strategies to speed up PLS. These strategies are based on a parallel multi-search framework. In our experiments, we investigate the performances of different parallel variants of PLS on the multiobjective unconstrained binary quadratic programming problem. Each PLS variant is a combination of the proposed parallel strategies. The experimental results show that the proposed approaches can significantly speed up PLS while maintaining about the same solution quality. In addition, we introduce a new way to visualize the search process of PLS on two-objective problems, which is helpful to understand the behaviors of PLS algorithms.