Troy Expands again with Savannah, GA Freight Station

press release
Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Georgia-Based Warehouse Marks 21st Export Receiving Station for International Shipper.

 

Troy Container Line, one the world’s largest American-owned NVOCCs, today announced it will open a new container freight station on June 1, 2012 in Savannah, Georgia.  Located just eight miles from the Port of Savannah, the new CFS location is strategically placed between Charleston and Miami, and offers enhanced convenience and service to the South Atlantic marketplace.

 

The 175,000-square-foot facility includes 47 dock doors and a C-TPAT approved security system.  It marks Troy Container Line’s twenty-first warehouse location in the continental U.S. and will conveniently serve the local market, as well as customers across six continents.

 

“At Troy Container Line, we continually evolve to meet the needs of our growing client base,” commented Patricia L. Fitzgerald, COO of Exports.  “In conjunction with our Charlotte, N.C. office and Miami warehouse, the Savannah container freight station solidifies Troy Container Line’s growing presence in the South Atlantic United States.”


Having recently celebrated its 28-year anniversary, the Savannah warehouse is just one of many additions to Troy Container Line’s shipping capabilities.  The NVOCC recently announced a new Chicago to Rotterdam service, as well as a direct consolidation service to Liverpool and Manchester, England earlier this year. To learn more about Troy Container Line, please visit the company’s new website www.TroyLines or call 1-800-331-0058. 
 

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