Troy Container Line launches new services

The non-vessel operating common carrier unveiled its new direct import service from London to New York, along with a new less-than-container-load export service to Russia that will be offered from all 21 U.S.-based container freight stations.

Troy Container Line launches new services

The non-vessel operating common carrier unveiled its new direct import service from London to New York, along with a new less-than-container-load export service to Russia that will be offered from all 21 U.S.-based container freight stations.

Troy Container Line launches new services

The non-vessel operating common carrier unveiled its new direct import service from London to New York, along with a new less-than-container-load export service to Russia that will be offered from all 21 U.S.-based container freight stations.

 
Troy Container Line, a non-vessel operating common carrier, unveiled its new direct import service from London to New York, along with a new less-than-container-load (LCL) export service to Russia.
    The weekly London-to-New York import service provides fixed-day sailings from London/Southampton to New York and offers door-to-door pickup and delivery options, Troy Container Line said. The service complements the company's already existing weekly direct service from Liverpool to New York.
    Troy Container Line's export service to Russia, which is offered from all 21 of its U.S.-based container freight stations, also launched last week. The service provides weekly, fixed-day sailings to St. Petersburg with forwarding services to Moscow.

As a leading U.S. crude oil export port and a major economic engine of Texas and the nation, the Port of Corpus Christi is now the 4th largest port in the United States in total tonnage.

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Mar 14, 2016 on Dec 27, 2018AmericanShipper.com