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I am very pleased with the way that RW Freight Services dealt with my export to Denmark. The booking process was very easy and the collection was made swiftly after the booking was made. I will be using RW Freight Services with any future exports or imports that I have in the future.

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We have never had any problems with R W Freight, we phone & make a booking, you collect & the exports run smoothly! We ask you to quote our collection references when making a collection and you do, sometimes we book quite late in the week and your staff are very friendly & polite and do everthing they can to get our orders away in the same week. We have never rec'd any complaints from our warehouse saying you have not turned up to collect our goods. Very good indeed!

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Demand for sheep exports growing

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Australian sheep industry projections 2018 report showed that international demand for live and boxed sheep imports continues to grow, with the Australian sheep industry described as set to enjoy a robust future.

In 2017, Australian sheep meat exports had their best year since 2014.

The report stated that despite the increase in pricing for both lamb and sheep in 2017, international demand for imports remains robust, resulting in a 20 per cent rise in the export value of lamb and 45pc increase in value for mutton. These are both at new record levels.

Supplies of lamb remain restricted, which is placing pressure on price for importers, the long-term fundamentals remain positive for the Australian sheep meat industry.

Australian lamb exports in 2018 are expected to be slightly lower year-on-year, this is 4pc above the five year average and export volumes are expected to build back to new highs for 2019 as production and demand grows.