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R W Freight Services's operation of our full load Imports from Arlandastad in Sweden are handled very well. We always receive notification from RW Freight about our import arrivals and deliveries are always booked in in advance. This helps me to monitor our stock levels

Swedish Freight Importer
72518

You do a fantastic job for me! I didn't realise why you chase me for my clients contact names & telephone numbers. I now understand from your import department that it is because you contact my clients to advise them of the impending delivery and to find out their opening times and to ensure that they have equipment onsite to offload. This is superb, it saves me a great deal of work and just as important is the fact that my clients receive their cargo when they are able to take delivery and hire in equipment to offload if necessary. This saves me wasted journey charges for failed deliveries. A lot of forwarders do not do this, they just get an import job & deliver it without contacting the end receiver.

Import Customer 56127

Our export full load to Sweden went very well. I am very impressed with RW Freight Services and I look forward to working with them again in the future.

Sweden Export Freight
76491

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Indian Poultry Industry Demands Soybean Imports to Compete with USA

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The Indian poultry industry has demanded permission to import at least one million tonnes of soybean meal, to help them deal with the impending competition of cheaper imports of chicken legs from the USA.

Producers think this will help the poultry industry to get cheaper raw material and reduce its cost of production, which is three times the cost of production of US chicken legs, reports the Economic Times.

As India lost its World Trade Organisation battle against the import of US chicken legs, the poultry industry expects to see the impact of the ruling in 12 to 18 months.