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I wanted to call you to say a big thank you! This is the first import consignment we have done via R W Freight from Oskarshamn in Sweden and I have to say that it was a really urgent situation for us and you collected and delivered our cargo in double quick time! Everything went absolutely to plan and like clockwork! I was kept fully informed of the status of my shipment from time of booking right upto delivery! It's makes a change to compliment a forwarder on the fantastic service they provide! We will be opening a new a warehouse towards the end of this year and will have much larger shipments which we will be sending via your services. Thankyou! Chris

Swedish Import Customer 58592

I was very pleased with the way that RW Freight Services dealt with our import from Poland. The delivery of the goods was very efficient and trouble free, we will defiantly be using their services again.

Freight Importer from Poland

The shipment to Norway that RW Freight carried for us ran smoothly and was made very easy for us.

Freight Export Norway
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New Zealand Freight to re-start this week

The Lyttelton Port of Christchurch(LPC) is expecting freight operations to be resuming at the port within the next two days after the two earthquakes which struck on Monday.

Although engineering assessments are still ongoing across the ports facilities, management expects the resumption of general freight shipping immediately and that the container terminal will be operational by Friday afternoon. Rail freight operations to and from the port are already back on schedule.

The earthquakes have done further damage to the area’s historic buildings, which has led to a new use for the twenty-foot shipping container. These are being used as impromptu bracing for Christchurch’s Catholic Cathedral in conjunction with straw bales.