Testimonials

RW Freight deliveries are on time and never had any problems.

Sweden Groupage Importer
77873

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

Thank you very much for organising a special timed delivery to my London client for the goods you imported from Kerava in Finland for me. The goods delivered earlier than scheduled, both my client and I are very pleased.

Finnish Importer Client 55828

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Ash Cloud affects Air Freight

With airspace over the United Kingdom closed since Thursday due to a cloud of Icelandic volcanic ash, some fresh food imports have been affected.  According to the Freight Transport Association, imports of exotic fruits and fresh flowers are most likely to be in short supply.  It would take at least a fortnight to clear the backlog of air freight destined for the UK, which presents a huge logistical challenge.  Some fresh produce may have to be destroyed.  However, according to a spokesman for the Dutch fresh produce industry, the vast majority of their freight travels by road, air and rail, so the effect will be minimal.  But the majority of imports from Africa are air freighted, and African farmers are concerned about the impact of the air freight shut down.  Some UK airports are beginning to open today.