Troy Launches Direct Italy Container Service

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Thursday, February 06, 2014

Having recently announced improved Genoa to New York import service, Troy Container Line, one of the world’s largest American-owned NVOCCs, continues to meet the demand from this European market with its direct LCL import services from Naples, Italy to New York.

Through collaborative efforts, Combi Line International Spa and Troy Container Line offer a 14-day, direct transit from Naples, in addition to pick-ups throughout Italy. This LCL import service is another prime example of Troy Container Line’s dedication to providing the utmost in quality maritime transportation solutions.

Chris Hellow, COO of Imports, continues to work diligently with Gianni Velona, Combi Lines International Spa Naples Branch Manager, to expedite transit times, develop and improve service capabilities from Naples to New York.  The utilization of highly efficient bonded warehouses in the Central and Southern industrial area of Naples, a previously un-established logistical hub, further supports its mission of providing the industry’s fastest and most direct logistical solutions.

“Troy Container Line is committed to continuously establishing and improving cost-effective, efficient service routes around the globe,” commented Chris Hellow, Troy’s COO of Imports.  “Our knowledge and expertise of the LCL importing process provides unrivaled service in this trade lane, giving clients access to door pick-ups throughout Italy and to more than 800 destinations throughout the United States.  We are excited to expand our partnership with the Combi Line team on the Naples service.”

“With a solid relationship, Troy Container Line and Combi Line Naples are reputed in the market as two highly specialized payers in this specific trade lane,” commented Gianni Velona, Combi Line’s Naples Branch Manager.

“Combi Line Naples handles a wide variety of commodities including the regular handling of personal effects and household goods, confirming the dependability of the service.”

As an NVOCC, Troy Container Line celebrates a nearly 30-year tradition of offering the utmost in personalized service and care.  The company anticipates continued demand as a full service provider to and from Italy, and will continue to develop services in trade lanes across the world.

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