Testimonials

When I used RW Freight Services to export my cargo to Norway I found your operators extremely helpful and they knew exactly what they were talking about. Any small issues that arose were solved immediatley. I would like to thank RW FReight service for the great service that they provided and it was a pleasure to use their company.

Norway Freight Exporter
72986

We had a new client in Italy and we used another forwarder who let us down badly by delivering the cargo late and not keeping us correctly informed. That's why I did a search on the internet for freight forwarders providing groupage export services to Italy and came across R W Freight. We used your freight services to ship another consignment to the same client in Pergine Valsugana, Italy. We are glad we came across your company because your service was superb and I was kept very well informed. In turn I could keep our client correctly updated. I will definitely utilise your services whenever and where ever possible.

Italy Importer 60137

RW Freight has a good service for my Slovenian exports. They respond to emails quickly and provide competitive rates.

Slovenia Freight Exporter
85566

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Asian Shippers complain

The Asian Shippers Council is accusing shipping lines of keeping freight rates artificially high.  The Chairman of the Council said that rates have been going up artificially for months, due to the cartel-like action of the shipping lines; transpacific freight rates have grown by more than 180% during the past twelve months.  Peak season surcharges have also reached an all-time high.  Shipping capacity is in reality still in over-supply, but carriers have reduced nominal capacity by slow steaming and laying up ships.  The Shippers Council is asking governments to intervene.