RED BANK, NJ (March 11, 2016) – Troy Container Line, Ltd., one of the world’s largest NVOCCs, recently announced the launch of a new weekly LCL export route to St. Petersburg with forwarding services to Moscow. Having commenced Monday, March 7, 2016, this new service expands upon the company’s current FCL export service options to the region.
Every day, as a global provider of maritime-shipping solutions, the team at Troy Container Line strives to provide the utmost in personalized logistics to its international customer base. With the launch of this new LCL export route to Russia, Troy demonstrates the company’s strong dedication to enhancing service offerings and routes to agents and clients, both at home and abroad.
“Complementing the FCL cargo that we already move for many of our clients, this new service route provides shippers with a solution for their LCL exporting needs to Russia and opens up a new market for LCL cargo,” commented Michael Troy II, Global Accounts Manager.
With the addition of the Russia sailings, Troy Container Line can now provide an array of services at the most competitive rates and fastest transit times throughout the eastern European and northern Asian trade lanes.
“This weekly service route, with fixed-day sailings to St. Petersburg, broadens Troy Container Line’s ocean transportation offerings, while also continuing to provide our customers with efficient, cost-effective shipping solutions to Russia,” commented Patricia L. Fitzgerald, Chief Operating Officer of Exports at Troy Container Line. “This service announcement marks Troy’s ongoing commitment to increasing our impact on the global market place.”
Troy Container Line will ship cargo from any of its 21 warehouses located throughout the United States via the new fixed-day, weekly LCL export service. Door pick-up options throughout the Lower 48 are available to all customers for LCL export cargo.
To learn more about Troy Container Line’s services to Russia, please visit www.TroyLines.com or call 1-800-331-0058.
About Troy Container Line
Founded in 1984 as a Non-Vessel Operating Common Carrier, Troy has become one of the largest companies in its industry. From 21 strategically placed warehouses, Troy Container Line serves the needs of an international customer base located in 1,000 destinations on six continents. Since its inception, founder Michael Troy realized the level of service his company, as an NVOCC, could provide individual shippers over that of steamship lines. For nearly 32 years, this has become the driving force behind every facet of Troy Container Line’s operations. This is exemplified in the company’s mission statement, which is to provide the ultimate in personalized customer service. Please visit www.TroyLines.com or call 1-800-331-0058 for additional information.