TROY CONTAINER LINE EXPANDS CONSOLIDATION WORK IN INDIA
Troy Container Line has added seven ports and many inland points in India to expand its consolidation services from this market to the United States.
The service was made possible through the Red Bank, N.J.-based neutral non-vessel-operating common carrier’s six new agency agreements in India. Michael Cadden Troy, owner and chairman of Troy Container Line, said the additional volume generated from the new agency representation will enhance the NVO’s import services from India.
Troy Container Line’s new less-than-container-load service in India offers weekly service from 21 cities in India: New Delhi, Madras, Jaipur, Jalander, Bangalore, Indore, Nagpur, Ahmadabad, Baroda, Hyderabad, Pun, Tuticorin, Coimbatore, Cochin, Kandla, Goa, Calcutta, Jodhpur, Kanpur, Moradabad and Aurangabad. In the United States, St. George Warehouse network will handle Troy Container Line’s consolidations from India.
Both full-container inbound and outbound service is available at India’s ports of Calcutta, Cochin, Kandla, Madras, Mumbai, Nhava Sheva, Tuticorin, New Delhi and all other major inland container depots.
Troy Container Line also offers weekly LCL export and import service between India and the United Kingdom, European continent and Asia.