Troy Announces Italy Express Service

Monday, January 20, 2014

Troy Container Line has announced an improved express service from Genoa, Italy to New York. Along with its partner Combi Line International Spa, the companies will now offer a 10-day transit from Genoa in addition to pick-ups throughout Italy. The recent announcement, along with its export consolidation services to Italy, solidifies Troy’s standing as a full service provider in this region.

Chris Hellow, COO of Imports, worked closely with Maurizio Briglia, of Combi Lines International Spa, to expedite transit times and enhance service capabilities in this market. The NVOCC’s presence in Italy further supports its mission of offering the industry’s most competitive rates and transits to its international customer base.

Maurizio Briglia of Combi Line International Spa also added, "The relationship with Troy Container Line is solid and tested by several years of close cooperation which has allowed both companies to be reputed in the market as two highly specialized players in this specific trade lane. In 2014, we expect to be able to offer a wider range of direct services thanks to the combined knowledge and experience of Troy Container Line and Combi Line.”

In addition to the launch of this new import service, Troy Container Line’s export team offers express services to Italy on a weekly basis. Overseen by COO of Exports Patricia Fitzgerald and Assistant Vice President Derrick Magee, LCL and FCL cargo from across the country is serviced on a weekly basis. Troy’s network of more than 20 container freight stations throughout U.S., as well as the ability to offer door rates and pick-ups, creates an accessible and cost-effective gateway to this market.

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