Troy Adds New Jersey Location

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Wednesday, August 21, 2013

NVOCCs Clients to Benefit from State-of-the-Art Facility in New York Metro Area

Troy Container Line, one of the largest American-owned NVOCCs, is pleased to announce the continuation of its partnership with St. George Warehousing & Trucking of New Jersey (STG) as the warehousing provider transitions to its new location at 5 Logistics Drive in South Kearny, N.J.  Having worked with STG for 22 years, Troy Container Line’s clients will benefit from the company’s new, state-of-the-art warehouse beginning September 16, 2013.

The 181,000-square-foot facility offers enhanced service and security capabilities, including a five-tiered racking system and an additional 5,100 pallet positions of cargo storage. A live webcam system, including cameras at the main entrance and driver queue, as well as seventy-two surveillance cameras throughout the warehouse, make driver processing times and deliveries attainable from the Internet. Freight availability can also be accessed from the web. An expanded driver queue for both routing and receiving windows will allow for efficient pick-up and deliveries for Troy’s import and export services, and, in keeping with the location’s technological advancements, a new voice over IP phone system will enhance customer communication.

“Our relationship with St. George Warehouse & Trucking of New Jersey spans more than two decades. The entire Troy team is excited for the company’s new location and the enhanced service capabilities from which our customers will benefit,” commented Michael Cadden Troy, CEO of Troy Container Line.  “We are proud to partner with such a highly regarded provider of warehousing services and look forward to working with STG at their new location beginning September 16.”

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