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The booking process that RW Freight Services have in place is very easy to work with and the collection is always made very quickly after I have made the booking. I speak to RW Freight Services first for any shipments

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We made our first export booking to Norway with R W Freight today and we found our experience with them pleasurable. I telephoned the booking across to their export department and then emailed the accompanying documents to them and I can say everthing ran smoothly!

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Excellent service all round from R W Freight.

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Confronting the Menace of Falling Freight Containers

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Chigozie Chikere, a member of the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT), Nigeria, wants the federal government to urgently consider the danger of falling freight containers.

On June 25, the Africa 2014 Summit for Vehicle Inspection and Road Safety Officers will begin in Calabar. For the past three months, since the rains became intense in Lagos, motorists and pedestrians alike have witnessed an unprecedented rise in the number of freight containers and container-laden trucks which fall on a daily basis on the roads, especially the Apapa-Oshodi Expressway. The Federal Road Safety Corps, FRSC and other road traffic management agencies have continued to blame road incidents on bad roads and human error. But when a freight container slips off the flatbed of a freight truck possibly on a bad spot on the road, and as usual, crushes commuters to death is a sign that the factors extend to something much more sinister. It puts the roadworthiness of the trucks in question.