Testimonials

RW Freight were excellent with the collection, no queries, everything was on time and the cargo was loaded quickly and smoothly for our export shipment to Norway.

Norway Freight Shipping
45432

I must say that all aspects of your import services from Finland are tremendous. We find RW freight's staff to be extremely friendly, positive and helpful.

Finland Importer 48033

Every time we export to Oslo in Norway, we have no problems at all with your service. We have had no queries to deal with and the overall quality of the service was very good.

Oslo Export Customer 52387

More Testimonials

air freight Australia Canada cargo China container containers Denmark Egypt exporters exports exports China Finland France freight freight forwarders freight forwarding Freight Shipping Germany Gothenburg Hong Kong imports India Ireland italy Japan logisitics logistics Netherlands Norway Poland rail freight russia Seafreight shipping South Africa Spain Sweden Sweden freight Swedish Switzerland Turkey U.S.A USA wine

Scottish food and drink exports could be at risk from Brexit

Tags: , ,

The SNP has warned that Scottish exports worth £733 million could be put at risk if Britain leaves the EU. External Affairs Secretary Fiona Hyslop said the union was “essential” to maintaining trade in products such as whisky, which provides tens of thousands of jobs across the country.

But Better Off Out – one of the campaigns pushing for the UK to leave the EU – dismissed the suggestion exports would suffer as a result of cutting ties with Brussels. New figures show that the market for Scottish food and drink in France has risen by 58% since 2007, and is worth £733million a year.

The increase means France is now the top destination for Scottish produce in Europe, and second-only to the USA worldwide. Speaking during a trade visit to Paris Ms Hyslop said: “We’ve seen the value of Scottish food and drinks exports to France increase significantly in recent years, underlining the growing importance our friends across the Channel place on sourcing authentic produce from Scotland’s rich and natural larder.”