Testimonials

I sent an email stating that some cargo was ready and within minutes I was contacted by RW Freight to arrange the collection, which happened the very next day. Overall I was very impressed with the whole shipment process and there were no issues that arose.

Exports to Norway
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Excellent service provided by RW Freight with our shipments to Norway. Everything always sails out on time and delivered and we never have any problems.

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Exporter to Norway

I have great pleasure in recommending RW Freight. They were of tremendous help in arranging and processing our first container import from Hong Kong. Their administration systems and advice were invaluable and made what seemed a clerical nightmare a very easy and informative experience. They arranged a door-to-door service, which could not be faulted in any way. We are now looking at expanding our product imports and would not hesitate to use RW Freight again. It is very rare to get a complete service these days but this company does it well and should be proud of the service they deliver. Many thanks.

First time importer from Hong Kong Client 60632

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Fruit fights in France

Fruit and vegetable growers in France are disrupting the supply chain on a regular basis in order to protest against cheap imports from Spain and Italy.

The main corridor for road traffic from Spain, the A9, was blocked earlier this week when growers from the Gard and Pyrenees Orientales blocked traffic at the Gallargues toll gate.  Five Spanish freight trucks carrying fruit were stopped by protesters, who emptied the fruit out on the road.

They also broke into a wholesaler’s warehouse in Nimes, and tipped stock onto the floor because they suspected that the goods were of Spanish origin.

Freight lorries carrying fruit from Spain were intercepted last month, with protesters tipping the cargo of peaches outside the Spanish consulate in Perpignan.  Farmers unions took similar action at the end of July. Unions rarely specify the precise location and type of action, so that enforcement authorities cannot be fully prepared.