Testimonials

The export service offered by RW Freight services is top class. It was the
first time that we used RW Freight and now we do not want to use any other
carrier due to them being so good. The whole process was simple and there
were no issues though out the whole export which was a first for us. We are
currently in the process of transferring all our freight forwarding needs
over to RW Freight.

Freight Exporter
076097

R W Freight are always on time and we have never had any problems with the service they provide for our exports to Sweden.

Sweden Groupage Exporter
37246

RW Freight Services provided me with an excellent service when they carried out my export to Norway. There was a small issue at the beginning of the shipment, but that was sorted out as quickly as possible by their friendly staff, and the rest of the export ran smoothly.

Freight Export to Norway
74501

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US Freight Ships to be protected

The US government is considering a Piracy Suppression Act, which has been approved by the Transportation Committee.  The Act is designed to protect equipment, freight or commodities being shipped on behalf of the government.  Vessels carrying government cargo will be authorised to carry armed guards when steaming in dangerous waters.

The government will reimburse the owners or operators for the cost of providing armed personnel: the Act will also provide training for seafarers on how to use force against pirates.  This will include firearms safety training for crew members of ships carrying government freight.

Pirate attacks off the coast of Somalia and in the Gulf of Aden/Indian Ocean region increased dramatically over the first six months of 2011: according to figures from the International Maritime Bureau (IMB), there were 266 attacks on vessels in the period, compared with 196 last year.