Testimonials

Very good, no complaints with R W Freight Services everything is hunky dory!

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RW Freight have been carrying my exports to Norway for a couple of years. In my opinion they are the number one choice for freight forwarding.

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Norway Exports

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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Waste Import Restrictions

The government of S Korea released an official announcement on waste import restrictions on June 29. The purpose of the restrictions is to limit the imports of polyethylene terephthalate (PET), polypropylene (PP), polyethylene (PE) and polystyrene (PS) so that recycling ...Read More

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Portugal stops waste imports

Portugal has halted imports of foreign waste until the end of the year to protect domestic landfill capacity. Portugal usually attracts large quantities of European rubbish imports because of its low fees, has refused to accept 246,000 tons of waste ...Read More

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Waste imports to Asian countries

Within months of China banning waste imports in 2018, shipments of waste from Europe, Australia, Canada, the United States and Japan began to arrive at ports in Southeast Asia, including to Thailand, Malaysia and Vietnam. According to Greenpeace, between 2016 ...Read More

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