Triton Appoints New Sales Representative

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Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Triton Overseas Transport, an industry-leading Non Vessel Operating Common Carrier and provider of international freight services, announced the appointment of Lindsey Avery to the position of Sales Representative. Committed to offering competitive rates and unparalleled customer service, Avery will act on behalf of Triton’s unwavering mission to generate new business leads in the Dallas-Fort Worth and Houston regions, as well as expand the international shipping company’s reach throughout Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana and Arkansas.

As a sales representative, Avery will utilize Triton’s strategic position near the Gulf of Mexico to offer competitive rate advantages, fast transit and enhanced service to the company’s international customer base. She will work in conjunction with Triton’s Operations and Customer Service division to ensure Triton’s commitment to personalized service is met.

In addition to LCL, FCL, break-bulk and import services, Triton provides airfreight and trucking services. The company holds the largest container freight station (CFS) in the state of Texas, and more than 15 CFS throughout the western portion of the United States. A Gulf Coast consolidator with progressive transportation services that span the globe, Triton Overseas Transport acts as a gateway to the Gulf of Mexico for its ever-growing customer base.

Lindsey Avery is a graduate of the University of Texas at Austin where she earned a bachelor’s degree in Corporate Communications. She currently resides in Houston.

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