Testimonials

when using your export service to Norway, we found that you were on time, very professional and we had no problems with any aspect of your service. We will continue to use you for our future shipments.

Norway Export Client 4534

RW Freight always book in the delivery and keep us informed.

Sweden Groupage Importer
81745

In all honesty, the Swedish import shipments that RW Freight carry for us are made straightforward. Excellent overall impression.

Sweden Groupage Importer
87273

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  • A named place of destination must be specified
  • DDU is suitable for any type of transport
  • The seller must hand the consignment to the buyer
  • Not Import cleared
  • Not Unloaded
  • At the named place of destination

Under DDU the seller pays the main freight charges up to arrival at the named place of destination

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Plan to increase N Australia mango exports to China

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EU may impose import tariffs on rice imports

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Increase in import tariffs will hurt SA, says Brazilian poultry association

An association which represents Brazilian poultry exporters has warned of the consequences for South African consumers and the broader economy if an new application for an increase of import tariffs on frozen chicken portions is granted. South Africa’s poultry sector ...Read More

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