Testimonials

The export services to europe that RW Freight Services operate are very good. RW Freight Services have carried our exports to different countries around europe and I have never had any complaints.

European Export Freight
75364

When I used RW Freight Services to export my cargo to Norway I found your operators extremely helpful and they knew exactly what they were talking about. Any small issues that arose were solved immediatley. I would like to thank RW FReight service for the great service that they provided and it was a pleasure to use their company.

Norway Freight Exporter
72986

I chose RW Freight Services to deal with my export to Sweden and my import from Sweden and the service I recieved was excellent. Everything was very straight forward, the goods were collected and delivered very quickly and the whole process was trouble free.

Sweden Freight Importer
73930

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Shipping lines reduce services

Low utilisation rates have forced shipping lines to reduce capacity on the Asia to Europe routes in an effort to cut costs.  Freight rates have been steadily declining on the route, and shipping lines are hoping to push up rates by reducing capacity and increasing demand.  According to the latest Shanghai Containerised Freight Index, container rates fell last week by $11 per tonne on the previous week.

Independent freight forwarders are criticising the larger companies for offering rates which destroy profit margins for the trade as  a whole. An industry commentator said that many participants in the China market do not expect rates to rise in the near future, as carriers are competing to slash rates.