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Since using RW Freight Services for my Nordic exports I have not had any problems with them. They collect my goods on time.

Nordic exports
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Best choice for exports throughout Scandinavia has to be RW Freight, never have any issues with them.

Scandinavian Exporter
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I have great pleasure in recommending RW Freight. They were of tremendous help in arranging and processing our first container import from Hong Kong. Their administration systems and advice were invaluable and made what seemed a clerical nightmare a very easy and informative experience. They arranged a door-to-door service, which could not be faulted in any way. We are now looking at expanding our product imports and would not hesitate to use RW Freight again. It is very rare to get a complete service these days but this company does it well and should be proud of the service they deliver. Many thanks.

First time importer from Hong Kong Client 60632

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Tag: Brexit


Britain says 88pc of imports to face no tariffs in event of no-deal Brexit

The UK Government has said that a revised import tariff regime would come into force if there is a no-deal Brexit. 88 per cent of total imports by value would be eligible for levy free access. Britain also said under ...Read More

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Whisky exports: new Scotland-Netherlands ferry possible

A Scottish company is discussing launching a new ferry line with a Dutch port Britain's potentially giving a speedy alternative route for Scottish exports such as whisky if Brexit causes initial customs delays. The ferry line is projected to run ...Read More

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NZ wine exports on track for another good year

Wine exports are expected to exceed growth forecasts for the 2019 export year, according to a recently released report. Modest growth for New Zealand wine exports was expected to continue over the rest of the calendar year 2019. Early this ...Read More

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HMRC Transitional Simplified Procedures (TSP) – Day1 No-deal readiness

HMRC  announced on 22 March 2019 further details of new customs requirements, should the UK leave the EU without a deal. An extension of the date when the first supplementary customs declarations must be submitted, and any import duties must ...Read More

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Freight Transport Group want Brexit contingency plans

Freight Transport Association Ireland is asking the government to advance and clearly communicate contingency plans for a no-deal Brexit. Speaking on the radio Morning the FTAI General Manager Aidan Flynn said that he felt the government was unprepared for no-deal. ...Read More

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Consumers criticise possible plans for Brexit tariffs on food imports

Consumer groups are strongly opposed to any tariffs being put on food coming into the UK in the event of a no-deal Brexit, saying it increase prices, and send the wrong signals to other potential trading partners. The comments follow ...Read More

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Brexit: Farmers to prepare for changes to imports and exports

The government is urging farming businesses to prepare for changes to animal imports and exports in the event of a 'no-deal' Brexit. Defra has published new guidance to ensure import and export trade in animals, animal products, food and feed ...Read More

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Brexit may affect Bangladesh exports to UK

Bangladeshi exporters fear that UK demand for their may reduce due to uncertainty the Brexit outcome. Bangladesh's export growth to the UK has reduced in pace, to an increase of 3.16%, compared to 14.42% overall export growth for the whole ...Read More

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Export/import Customs declarations if No Deal Brexit

HMRC this week is sending out letters to VAT registered businesses who currently import and/or export goods with the EU. The letter gives advice on actions that must be taken immediately, and changes to prepare for if there is a ...Read More

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Exports help factories to bounce back

Orders from factories in Great Britain increased for a second month in a row in December, as they recovered from a sharp slowdown in October. Manufacturers are growing increasingly concerned about the prospect of a no-deal Brexit, according to the ...Read More

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Brexit News for Logistics Institute

During a recent meeting at the Department of Transport, the Chartered Institute for Logistics and Transport were advised that the UK has successfully negotiated membership of the Common Transit Convention (CTC). This Convention allows traders to delay the processing of ...Read More

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Export or import of waste after Brexit

If there is a no deal Brexit, import/export licences issued by the UK would no longer be valid for shipments of waste to the 27 remaining EU countries, from the day the UK leaves. This means current approvals to ship ...Read More

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Export of controlled goods after Brexit

The Export Control Joint Unit is responsible for the UK’s system of export controls on various specialised goods such as military items, which are regulated through a system of export licensing. The export of many 'controlled items' within the EU ...Read More

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Logistics and transport after Brexit

Hauliers who currently carry export or import cargo to and from Europe may need to plan for alternative routes to move goods, according to the Government's Technical Notices published in August. They may need to use different modes of transport ...Read More

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Advice for imports and exports post Brexit

On 23 August the government published a series of technical notices giving guidance on preparing for exporting and importing if there is a 'no deal' Brexit. These Notices are primarily aimed at businesses who have previously traded only with the ...Read More

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Imports and Exports – new method of customs declarations

Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs is phasing in a new Customs Declaration Service (CDS).   This is new technology, which replaces the existing Customs Handling of Import and Export Freight (CHIEF) system. The new system is already being used by ...Read More

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