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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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RW Freight provide an excellent export service to Finland. Handled any problems really well and kept us up to date.

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Possible new freight route Scotland – Holland

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If proposals for a new ferry line between Rosyth and Groningen are fruitful, there would be advantages for Scottish exporters and British roads.

New ferries have a capacity of up to 200 freight vehicles, in addition to 500 cars and passengers. This would offer a Scottish exports a welcome alternative route.

Most Scottish freight exports destined for Europe usually travels by truck to Dover, or other ports in the east and south of England. This puts strain on the main trunk routes of the British Isles and means southern ports are at full capacity making delays more likely if there are problems with infrastructure or weather.

Scotland exports hundreds of millions of bottles of whisky annually, worth an estimated 4.36 billion pounds ($5.29 billion) in 2018, with about 30% of that going to Europe.