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R W Freight are highly efficient and their response time is quick!

Customer 51792

Exports to Norway are fast and reliable when using RW Freight Services. Would highly recommend.

Norway Groupage Exporter
42756

We are a relatively new company and have only just started using RW Freight Services for our shipments. We will definitely use them again in the future, we are very happy with the service provided.

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HMRC confirm that under the usual import process goods are not released by HMRC until a full import customs declaration has been made and all duty paid. HMRC will be implementing Transitional Simplified Procedures (TSP) to enable easier importing from the EU via Eurotunnel and the English Channel roll-on roll-off ports for a period after the UK leaves the EU,should there be no withdrawal agreement. HMRC confirm that TSP will continue for at least one year, thereafter the import processes applicable to trade with the rest of the world would apply.

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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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