Testimonials

Everthing runs smoothly with RW Freight Services, which is what you need!

Freight Customer
45517

RW Freight were excellent with the collection, no queries, everything was on time and the cargo was loaded quickly and smoothly for our export shipment to Norway.

Norway Freight Shipping
45432

Excellent import service from Norway. R W Freight Services's staff are always very helpful.

Import Freight from Norway
76782

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Locations

Our Head Office is in Romford, Essex. Here you can contact our Import, Export and Sales teams, who will help you with any queries about freight services and freight transport.

As one of the UK’s most innovative shipping companies, we are always keen to help you find the ideal international freight solution for your business.

Office
R W Freight Services Ltd
7 Bernard Road
Romford, Essex
RM7 0JD

Please select Contact Us if you have a Freight Enquiry or Quotation request

Administration Enquiries 01708 729 900

Depots

South
R W Freight Services Ltd
c/o Sameday Express UK Ltd
Unit House
609 London Road
WEST THURROCK
RM20 3BJ

North
R W Freight Services Ltd
Green Lane
Off Whelden Lane
Castleford
WF10 2RY

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