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I export on a regular basis to Norway using RW Freight the service is fantastic and we have never had a problem.

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Excellent service provided by RW Freight with our Imports from China. Very good rate given and the shipment was easily booked. Very reliable information given regarding shipping times and ETA for deliveries. Overall a professional company.

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I am very happy with the service I recieved from RW Frieght Service when they dealt with my Import from Sweden. We was informed of a time when the delivery would occur and the driver was on time. There was no issues throughout the whole Import and I will certainly be using RW Freight Services again in the future.

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Europe – freight volumes stagnate

A recently published report shows that exports and imports of freight through European ports increased in May compared with the previous month, but declined from volumes recorded in March.  Overall, import and export container growth at deepsea ports has been weakening, and is expected to get worse.

Consumer confidence is being eroded by the debt crisis in Greece and the prospect Italy and Spain defaulting, said one consultant.

The report predicts imports and exports of freight will increase more than 9%, year on year in 2011.  This would be below the 12.6% gain reported last year, and the analysts expect this forecast to be even lower this month due to a slow down in exports from Asia.  Assuming that there are no further repercussions from the Greek crisis, European imports are expected to grow at 7% or less, with exports at 8%.

The year could be as difficult as 2009.