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Very good service provided by RW Freight for Imports from China. Always kept up to date with information and overall a very helpful company.

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I wanted to call you to say a big thank you! This is the first import consignment we have done via R W Freight from Oskarshamn in Sweden and I have to say that it was a really urgent situation for us and you collected and delivered our cargo in double quick time! Everything went absolutely to plan and like clockwork! I was kept fully informed of the status of my shipment from time of booking right upto delivery! It's makes a change to compliment a forwarder on the fantastic service they provide! We will be opening a new a warehouse towards the end of this year and will have much larger shipments which we will be sending via your services. Thankyou! Chris

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I am very pleased with the service I recieved from RW Freight Services when they dealt with my export to Finland. The whole shipment ran smoothly and am looking forward to working alongside them in the future.

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Michigan farmers seek tariffs on Turkey cherry imports

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Cheap imports of cherries from Turkey threaten the income of farmers in Michigan, who produce two-thirds of the country’s sour cherry supply.

This has prompted the industry to turn to the U.S. government for help by imposing tariffs on imports.

Over the past three years, Turkish cherry imports have almost doubled annually. Imports sell wholesale for about 89 cents per pound, according to the USDA. Cherries grown in the USA cost about $4.60 per pound. Michigan farmers fear that if import tariffs are not imposed on Turkey, their farms will be forced to shut down.