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Sweden Groupage Exporter
18378

I would like to take this opportunity to sing the praises of RW Freight. In all the years I have been using them they have proven positive, polite and always ready to assist in any way they can. Deliveries always on time, unless affected by outside influences such as bad weather and ship arriving late. A human being answers the phone, not a robot, and when I put the receiver down I always feel happy not annoyed. I shall continue to use them.

Sweden Freight Shipping Customer
46393

RW Freight Services were excellent in the way that they dealt with my export's to Austria and Switzerland. There were no problems at all and I will definatley be using R W Freight again in the future.

Export Freight Austria and Switzerland
73191

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Freight Industry Sigh of Relief

The Freight Transport Association, together with other Drivers’ and Freight organisations, has welcomed the Chancellor’s decision to postpone the projected January increase in fuel duty.

The price of diesel has risen by over 13ppl (13.9 per cent) in the last year, representing an extra £1.4 billion cost to road freight operators, so the decision will be a great relief to many operators. Earlier this month in a House of Commons debate sparked by a government e-Petition, the Treasury heard from backbench MPs across the main political parties of how  freight businesses, hauliers, logistics suppliers and other businesses in their constituencies have suffered through the highest fuel duty in the EU.

However, the Freight Transport Association said that the Chancellor should have been bolder, and also ruled out the projected rise in August.