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Our FCL & LCL deepsea imports from China, Ningbo, Pakistan & Taiwan are handled very well. The most important thing to us as a company is information and we can say that we are kept very well informed and we appreciate the guidance that has been given to us in relation to the documentation needed for these shipments ie. bills of lading. In addition to this we feel the combination of staff at R W Freight and their knowledge is good!

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The export bookings that we gave you were dealt with very professionally and the groupage export service that we were given was 1st class. Overall its so far so good.

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The import service from Sweden operated by RW Freight Services is of very high quality. The goods were delivered very quickly after they arrived in the UK and I was kept up to date with the status of my cargo.

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US trade policy may affect pigmeat exports

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Donald Trump’s trade policies, could damage the USA’S future pigmeat exports, causing a knock-on impact on other exporters, including the UK, according to one pork producer.

“President Trump has been supporting a protectionist, anti-globalisation agenda which he believes will support the US manufacturing business,” said the producer.

“However, such a stance could damage US pigmeat exports and, being the largest global exporter, this could impact on other exporters, including the UK.”

US tariff-free access to Mexico could be under threat, but this move may ultimately benefit other pork exporters.
The withdrawal from Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) was a disappointment to the US pig industry, with Japan being the second-largest destination for US pork exports.
On the other hand there has been interest from both parties in establishing a closer trading relationship between the USA and the UK.This has “unsurprisingly” been welcomed by the US pig industry.