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Norway Groupage Exporter
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This is the first experience I have had with your company importing my machinery & parts from Ljungby in Sweden. I was impressed with your service from the very start, the initial contact from your import department was professional, very good communications! Everything went according to plan in relation to the arrival & delivery of my cargo. Your import deparment were true to their word and everything went according to plan as they had advised. I cannot fault any area of your service, it's brilliant! Even down to your delivery drivers who I found to be friendly and courteous. I shall definitely utilise your service again, thankyou!

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I have always been happy with RW Freight Services and their export service to Denmark.

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USA Sparkling wine Import-Export Imbalance

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Looking strictly at exports and imports,the United States is running a deficit totaling $698.72 million this year, with — and here’s the imbalance — about 96 cents of every dollar in sparkling wine trade a U.S. import and just 4 cents an export. The deficit will be the largest ever in 2014 and the “trade balance” — the percentage of total trade that is a U.S. export — will be among the lowest.

Diminutive as they are, the largest four markets for U.S. exports are not particularly surprising, though No. 5 is a curiosity, to be sure. Canada, Mexico, the Netherlands — a European distribution hub — and Japan account for 49.66 percent of the total in 2014. At No. 5 is Togo, a small and impoverished West African nation with a per capita GDP of $1,100, according to U.S. government statistics. Colombia and Panama are also in the top 10.