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We rate RW Freight excellent for everythingwith our imports from Sweden.

Sweden Groupage Importer
66765

This is the first import of groupage we have done via your company from the Hassleholm area of Sweden. Your service has been impeccable and your customer services are superb. We have dealt with many a freight forwarder/shipping company who have never given us accurate/precise information. Instead they have told us your goods maybe or should be delivered soon!. Whereas your Import Department gave us clear facts in relation to the shipping date, arrival date and delivery date both verbally and by email. We pride ourselves on our service when we sell our products to our clients and it is great to deal with a like minded company who pride themselves on the same values as us. We import candies for shows and exhibitions and it is important to both us and our clients that the stock is made available to us on our required delivery dates, else our (our clients) stands would be empty!. It is great that you have kept me fully informed and assured of when we receive our goods. It's nice to know that you understand the fuller picture and the knock on effect for importers when goods are not delivered on time. Next year our import traffic will have increased considerably and we shall be using your groupage services from Sweden. We have full confidence in you, thankyou for being so helpful.

Sweden Import Client 60678

The service we received from RW Freight was excellent

Sweden Groupage Importer
56506

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UK Exports start to rise

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ON 9 May the Office for National Statistics released trade figures for March,also the first quarterly trade statistics for the year.
The data once again shows a mixed picture of export performance, with some areas of improvement against a continued decline in the value of goods exports.

Total goods exports rose a healthy 4.9pc in March, but this improvement was not enough to offset weakness earlier in the quarter, resulting in overall goods exports falling in Q1 2014. Therefore, these figures imply that net exports will hold back growth in the first quarter of the year.

The goods trade deficit fell in the first quarter of this year, driven by an improvement in the trade balance with EU countries. However, as with last month, this quarterly improvement was once again driven by goods imports falling at a faster pace than goods exports.