Troy Container Line Expands Services in Ireland

Posted by Eric Haun
Tuesday, March 01, 2016
NVOCCTroy Container Line, Ltd. announced the launch of its newly expanded export services to Ireland. The new EMERALD ISLE EXPRESS sailing service will begin on Tuesday, March 1, 2016 from all USA CFS stations to a choice of three Ireland-based CFS stations with door-to-door delivery options throughout 96 cities. 
 
The new fixed day sailings will allow Troy Container Line to reach a broad range of destinations across Ireland. Online quotes are available on all bookings to streamline and enhance the customer experience. 
 
“This expanded service not only expands Troy Container Line’s ocean transportation services, it also gives our customers efficient, cost-effective shipping solutions throughout Ireland,” commented Patricia L. Fitzgerald, Chief Operating Officer of Exports at Troy Container Line. “We are excited to broaden our reach in this high-demand market and expect a strong response from both our commercial accounts and our household-good movers.”  
 
Troy Container Line will ship cargo from any of its 21 warehouses located throughout the United States via the new express service. The company also has the ability to pick-up from any door location within the United States for LCL cargo. The cargo will be received in the port of call in one of three Ireland-based warehouses, where it will be de-vanned and housed in private, custom-bonded warehouses, with door-to-door delivery options to 96 cities.
 
Troy Container Line’s new service to Ireland marks the third service enhancement of 2016, having recently enhanced and expanded services to and from both Rotterdam and Germany.

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