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We are so happy with R W Freight and your service from Sweden. Our imports from Algaras run like clockwork. Your staff are very friendly, helpful and efficient and keep us informed with regular shipment updates. Overall very nice people to deal with.

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We use RW Freight for our exports to Sweden, because they provide an efficient service with no problems.

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The way you handled our exports to Oslo, Norway we rate very good. We had no problems at all and everything came on time, the service was perfect.

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Beef exports from Australia increase

July production figures are encouraging despite gloomy expectations, and beef exports increased. Figures released by the Department of Agriculture and Water Resources put the July production tonnage at 105,157, the second highest monthly total for the year so far. Japan ...Read More

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Low point for beef exports from Queensland

Released last week the export figures showed that just 72,607 tonnes of beef were dispatched to overseas markets in October, a figure not seen since April 2012 By contrast peak export tonnage over the same period was 123,000 recorded in ...Read More

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Asia’s love for Australian wine fuels export boom

As the world’s palate for fine wines evolves, Australia’s local export market is reaping the benefits. This year, Australia’s wine export value is experiencing its strongest growth in eight years. This follows Treasury Wine’s $750 million acquisition of Diageo Wine’s ...Read More

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China opens door to Aussie wine imports

China will erode import tariffs for Australian farm products – including wine – over the next decade, after the signing a landmark trade agreement. Australian wine imported to China currently faces tariffs of between 14% and 30% according to ABC ...Read More

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Vietnam to stop fresh fruit imports from Australia

Australia's Department of Agriculture (DoA) has confirmed that Vietnam has 'raised concerns with Australia's fruit fly management systems and is considering suspending trade in Australian fruit'. The export market is worth about $40 million, including grapes and cherries. Alan Bramble, ...Read More

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USA top nation for Australian beef

The US also can't get enough of meat farmed in Victoria state, with the country remaining the top export nation for the state's beef ($266 million). Japan remains the third-highest meat importer. "A significant fall in the value of the ...Read More

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Record meat exports for state of Victoria

The growing appetite for beef and lamb farmed in Victoria, Australia in both China and the USA has helped drive the value of the state's food and farm exports into another record-breaking year. Victoria's total food and fibre exports reached ...Read More

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Drop-off in Wine Exports to China

Australia's top five export destinations held their places in the last financial year, with the United Kingdom remaining in the top spot. Record grape harvests in the United States have seen demand for wine imports drop significantly, reflected in the ...Read More

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Bulk Wine Exports from Australia on the increase

More and more Australian winemakers are choosing to bottle wines overseas to save costs, and this is reflected in increased bulk wine exports. Bottled wine exports dropped in volume by 10 per cent, although their value has been rising steadily ...Read More

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Australian wine exports drop by two per cent

The value of Australian wine exports has fallen as more winemakers export in bulk containers, according to a report by the Australian Grape and Wine Authority. Total wine exports dropped by two per cent in volume, to 684 million dollars ...Read More

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Melbourne Airport gets landmark freight facility

A $150 million freight sorting facility, the largest of its kind, is being built in Australia. Works have started on the 71,000 square metre facility on 20 hectares next to Melbourne Airport, which is key to growing an extensive national ...Read More

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Exports from Australia to China soar

Australia is running its first $50 billion trade surplus with exports out of Western Australia to China soaring to record heights. Figures from the Bureau of Statistics confirmed that China was now more important to Australia than Japan was during ...Read More

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Freight industry to pay for infrastructure – Australia

The Premier of South Australia,says that the freight transport industry could be asked to contribute to the cost of infrastructure projects such as major roads.The Government outlined a $36 billion, 30-year transport plan in October. The state is currently undertaking ...Read More

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Melbourne Cargo Facility

Melbourne Airport is constructing a cargo estate which will add about 2000 square metres of warehouse space. Melbourne is the leading airport for air freight exports, handling more than 40 per cent of all air freight leaving Australia.  The estate ...Read More

Freight Privatisation in Australia

The New South Wales Government is planning to raise private investment in infrastructure throughout the state; with this in mind, it is intending to privatise the bulk and container freight handling terminals at Port Kembla and Port Botany.  There have ...Read More

Inland Freight Terminal for Perth

Perth in Western Australia has become the main distribution point for interstate general freight.  Planning has begun to move the emphasis away from Perth by developing an intermodal terminal in Kalgoorlie-Bouler, as well as a sealed road link. If freight ...Read More

New Container Terminal for Melbourne

The port of Melbourne in Australia is to be re-developed to provide a completely new freight container port, which should take 15 years to complete. The administration has attracted strong criticism from the shipping and logistics industries, for prevaricating over ...Read More

Logistics Terminal for Sydney Australia

An agreement has been signed to begin the development of an intermodal logistics and  freight terminal in the Sydney area. Over the past five years, the Government says that Port Botany has had around 7% annual growth in freight volumes. A ...Read More

Natural disasters affect Global Shipping

Flooding in Queensland, Australia has had a huge impact on exports; up to 30 million tonnes of iron ore were unable to be dug out, processed and shipped to China and elsewhere after the mines were flooded. Exports dropped by ...Read More

India invests in ports and shipping

India's Ministry of Shipping is forming a new port operating and shipping company called Indian Ports Global.  The company will act as the investment arm of the Ministry and will operate terminals all over the world to help boost trade ...Read More