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I received an excellent service from RW Freight when they carried out my import from Norway. This was our first import job and RW Freight helped us through all the different stages and gave a great breakdown on the process. If ever I need to use a freight forwarder in the future I will certainly be using RW Freight.

Norway Freight Import
74797

RW Freight offer very competitive rates for our exports to Norway and these rates are always backed up by a reliable, faultless service.

Norway Exports 40935

I'm am so pleased that I used RW Freight Services with my Export to Norway. At the start of the shipment there was an issue but the team of transport advisers were extra helpful and took me through the process as I was very new to exports. I am very excited to be using them again in the very near future.

Freight Export to Norway
75008

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Freight Forwarders fight Shipping Lines

New cargo liability rules have been proposed by the UN to replace the existing Hamburg and Hague Visby compensation regimes.  The proposals have prompted conflict within the international freight industry; the World Shipping Council supports the new rules, while European freight forwarder group Clecat considers the rules to be unclear and uncertain.  Members of Clecat are concerned that, because the rules are extremely complicated, it may result in a number of local or regional interpretations, which would complicate matters even further.  The World Shipping Council, on the other hand, is asking governments to consider ratifying the convention as it offer ‘a harmonised liability regime.’

To come into operation, 20 countries within the UN will have to ratify the legislation.  Interested parties such as shippers, carriers, forwarders and insurers will be lobbying their governments to represent their opinions at the UN.