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Asia and the Far East
Are you looking for a shipping company that can take care of your freight services to and from Asia and the Far East?
Whether you are looking for a freight company for the first time or whether you are looking for a long term international freight partner for your business, RW Freight can help.
Make one call to us and tap into our expert knowledge and thirty years of experience as one of the leading shipping companies dealing with Asia and the Far East.
As international freight specialists, we can find the freight forwarding service that is just right for you and we will provide a service that is tailored for your needs. Even if you have a ‘difficult’ shipment, we can help. We can also advise you about special documentation requirements for Asia and the Far East and design the most effective freight transport solution for your business.
Want a quote, advice or information about freight to or from Asia and the Far East? Contact us and we will respond promptly.
Once we receive your completed form and understand your freight forwarding requirements, our friendly, experienced team will call you to explain what we can do to help. We’ll do everything possible to make sure your freight forwarding to Asia and the Far East is as straightforward and reliable as it should be.
REMEMBER: choose R W Freight for Hong Kong, India, Japan, Malaysia, Pakistan Thailand and Vietnam.
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For the first time in more than two years, China's exports and imports both fell in December compared with the previous year. This reflects the drop in trade with the U.S., as well as reduced domestic consumption. This was notable ...Read More
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Two luxury brands have failed in their attempt to make a freight forwarder liable for trans-shipping fake products in two 40-ft containers from China to Batam through Singapore. In an important ruling for the freight forwarding industry, the Court of ...Read More
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Customs authorities in China are expected to begin accepting coking coal imports soon at most Chinese ports at the beginning of the new year. Customs declarations are expected to begin again at most ports in north and south China, including ...Read More
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A freight train carrying 56 standard containers of goods left Ningbo-Zhoushan Port for Shaoxing City in east China on 18 December. This was the first official operation of a double-stack freight train service in China. Costs can be reduced and ...Read More
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