About RW Freight
When you’ve got freight to ship – or maybe you’re just thinking about it – there are a lot of things to consider.
- What’s the best way to get the goods to their destination?
- What kind of documents do you need to prepare?
- How do you balance cost with service?
- Is it better to pay all the transport costs yourself, or just some of them?
- Is it more complicated to import from the Far East than from Europe?
- Can you get all your needs supplied by one company?
You can get all the help you need from R W Freight – advice, quotations, information – because we believe that personal service is important to our customers. Whenever you call our Romford office, you can speak directly to our friendly, expert team.
As an independent family-run company, we think you’ll find us a little bit different from most of the large international companies in the freight industry. And our customers agree: Read customer testimonials
You don’t need to worry that we are ‘here today, gone tomorrow’ – the company has been doing business for over forty years, and is still looking to the future.
ISO Quality Accreditation, and membership of British International Freight Association means that – if anything does go wrong – there are systems in place to deal with it. So you can be sure that when you choose RW, you will enjoy an expert, reliable service and are dealing with people who put your needs first.
(P.S We have all the other certificates and insurances you would expect from a shipping company. View Certificates)
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