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Excellent import service provided by RW Freight from Mumbai India. Communication was excellent and delivery very efficient. Overall RW Freight were very helpful on this was my first shipment.

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Service is fine, no problems, nothing goes wrong when we use R W Freight!

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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.

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Hong Kong June exports fall for 14th month

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Hong Kong’s total exports in June fell for the 14th straight month, dampened by a slowdown in China.

Hong Kong’s total exports in June fell 1 percent from a year earlier to HK$296.5 billion ($38.2 billion), government data showed last week. Total imports fell 0.9 percent, in its 17th straight month of decline, to HK$342.1 billion.

In May, annual exports slipped 0.1 percent, while imports dropped 4.3 percent.

For the first half of 2016, total exports value dropped 3.9 percent, while imports fell 5.6 percent. The city recorded a visible trade deficit of HK$199.6 billion for the first half period, equivalent to 10.8 percent of the value of imports.