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Good to work with RW Freight as we always get a good service to Norway for our exports.

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We know that RW Freight provide a quality shipment service, which is why we use them for our exports to Finland.

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We have used RW Freight numerous times over the years and will always use them to carry our freight.

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A Customs Declaration is an official document used to inform HMRC that goods are arriving at or leaving the UK. The Declaration can be made by the Owner of the goods, a customs clearance agent, customs broker, International Freight Forwarder acting on the cargo owners behalf before the goods move.  In the event of the UK leaving the EU without a withdrawal agreement HMRC will implement Transitional Simplified Procedures (TSP).

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Most freight through Ports on day after Brexit

One of Europe’s leading ferry companies has expressed their satisfaction about movement freight traffic on the first day post Brexit. A representative said that currently freight traffic is flowing well through ports across the UK and Ireland. All government customs ...Read More

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Cuxhaven port in Germany is navigating Brexit

Brexit will remain an unprecedented challenge for the North Sea port long after Britain’s newly agreed deal with the EU begins on January 1, because around 85 per cent of maritime freight to and from Cuxhaven involves the UK. This ...Read More

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Brexit rules to reduce casual imports of plants

Jersey horticulturalists are being reminded of new Brexit rules, which will make it more complicated to import plants into the island. From 1 January, you will not be allowed to import plants into the island without the correct paperwork, proving ...Read More

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No-Deal Brexit tariffs could ‘wipe out’ Scottish exports, expert warns

A No-Deal Brexit could cost Scotland’s food and drink sector £2 billion and risk business losses. The chief executive of Scotland Food and Drink, said that ongoing uncertainty over the UK’s future relationship with the EU means some businesses are ...Read More

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