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Excellent Imports from Sweden service from RW Freight. Always receive a phonecall/email advising us when the goods will be delivered.

Swedish Import Freight
39808

RW Freight are extremely reliable and provide a professional service for exports to Norway. We have never had any problems with them, but we know that they would quickly be resolved if there were any.

Norway Groupage Exporter
89320

I cannot fault RW Freight Services. Everything goes very smoothly from start to finish and the staff are very helpful and always answer any questions quickly

Norway Groupage Exporter
83384

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Australia wine exports to mainland China are way down

Australia exported 45 per cent less wine to mainland China in the financial year ending in June. Exports to other markets increased by 12 per cent Britain bought 23 per cent more Australian wine imports, largely due to Covid-19 restrctions ...Read More

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Passenger to Freight Aircraft Conversions increase

There has been a vast growth in plane conversions from passenger to freighter aircraft (P2F) because of falling passenger numbers due to Covid-19. Before the crisis InsightIQ recorded approx 78,000 freighter flights per month. By December 2020 this had increased ...Read More

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China bans cattle imports from Laos to prevent skin disease

The Customs authority in China said on Thursday that it has banned the import of cattle and cattle products from Laos, to prevent spread of lumpy skin disease. Laos reported its first outbreaks of the disease in cattle earlier this ...Read More

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Rail industry urges export support for SMEs to continue

The Railway Industry Association (RIA) has called for the Department for International Trade (DIT) to continue supporting small businesses to export. The Exports Director at the Railway Industry Association (RIA), said: “With the Government looking to drive exports in the ...Read More

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