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We were very impressed with RW Freight's import service from Ningbo, China. Will most definantly use RW Freight again on our next import from China.

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I recieved an excellent service when I used RW Freight Service to export my freight to Norway. The booking process was quick and easy, and the collection was made very quickly after I made the booking.

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You give us all the information we request, deliveries are on time and we know what is coming in. Great service!

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Secondhand car imports to Ireland increase

New figures from the Central Statistics Office of Ireland show that 8,671 used cars were imported into the country in April, compared with 7,272 for the same time last year. For the first four months of 2018, the number of ...Read More

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Drinks sector could double exports for Ireland

Ireland’s drink industry could grow exports to more than €2 billion over the next 15 years and create an additional 13,000 jobs across the country, according to a new study. The report warns however that potential growth could be harmed ...Read More

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Exports from Ireland down by 7 % in November

Exports from Irelandfell sharply in November, while imports rose by 2 per cent:this was mainly due to a 57 per cent increase in the number of vehicles coming into the country. Preliminary figures from the Central Statistics Office indicate that ...Read More

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Exports from Ireland soar

EXPORTS from Ireland soared in May as technology and pharmaceutical companies boosted sales overseas. The trade surplus hit the highest level in more than a year, after exports of goods rose 15per cent from the previous month. Exports in the ...Read More

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Value of Irish exports drops in April

The value of Irish exports fell again in April, preliminary figures from the Central Statistics Office show. Seasonally adjusted exports were €6.8 billion in April, a reduction of €45 million or 1 per cent on the previous month.But imports saw ...Read More

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Irish beef imports affect prices in Wales

There has been an increase in Irish beef being imports to the UK, which reports say are undercutting Welsh beef at 310p/kg, compared to 352p/kg for Welsh steers. The Welsh Red meat body's chairman Dai Davies said: “Throughput at Irish ...Read More

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British dairy imports to Ireland

Milk imports into the Republic have almost doubled for the first two months of the year compared to 2013. The volumes imported are also significant, totalling 90m litres for January alone. The vast bulk of the milk came from Northern ...Read More

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Irish Fishing fleet lands €493m of exports

IRELAND'S fishing fleet is already attracting almost half a billion euro in exports; figures show Irish seafood was exported to more than 80 markets worldwide last year. The haul was valued at €493m, a massive 32pc jump since 2010 when ...Read More

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Surge in value of Irish exports

THE value of Irish exports rose by 3pc in February when compared with the same month last year, official figures show. One of the main reasons for the positive data was a 15pc increase in the value of exports of ...Read More

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New Shipping Service to Cork

The port of Cork in Ireland has invested heavily in new equipment, enabling it to welcome the first direct shipping service from South America.  Weekly services will carry mainly exports of bananas, which have not been shipped direct to Ireland ...Read More

Air Freight Developments for Dublin

Initial agreements have been signed by the Dublin Airport Authority for a new freight logistics hub at Shannon airport. The new temperature-controlled warehouse would be build by a major US carrier, with infrastructures support from the DAA. The new facility ...Read More

Irish Road Freight boycotts tunnel

Freight companies in Ireland are refusing to use the tunnel under the river Shannon in Limerick, as the tolls are too high.  Since the tunnel opened last July, the private operator has seen a shortfall in usage, and has been ...Read More