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RW Freight were a helpful and reliable freight forwarder for our import from China. It was my first shipment and RW Freight took the time and effort to explain everything in full to me about what needed to bring in the goods from China. Very good price given and will be using again on my next shipment.

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I have great pleasure in recommending RW Freight. They were of tremendous help in arranging and processing our first container import from Hong Kong. Their administration systems and advice were invaluable and made what seemed a clerical nightmare a very easy and informative experience. They arranged a door-to-door service, which could not be faulted in any way. We are now looking at expanding our product imports and would not hesitate to use RW Freight again. It is very rare to get a complete service these days but this company does it well and should be proud of the service they deliver. Many thanks.

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Russia eases ban on seafood imports from Japan

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Russia’s agriculture ministry said that it has partially lifted a ban on seafood imports from Japan which was imposed in the wake of the Fukushima nuclear crisis.

A total of 23 fish processing companies in Aomori Prefecture will now be allowed to export their products to Russia, but the trade embargo will remain for companies in seven other prefectures.

Russia made the decision based on preliminary results of a study carried out by the International Atomic Energy Agency in February.