Testimonials

Very good export service offered by RW Freight and my quieries were answered very quickly. Overall I am very happy with the service I was given by R W Freight Services.

Export Client
076298

You are very efficient, great shipment updates. I am very pleased with the way you have handled our full load import from Limmared in Sweden. Well done! You are doing a good job, hopefully there is an identical job next week exactly the same so fingers crossed!! The service has been very good and all has gone to plan so couldn’t ask for anymore, we would use you again for future jobs going forward.

Full Load Importer Limmared Sweden
63047

I wanted to call you to say a big thank you! This is the first import consignment we have done via R W Freight from Oskarshamn in Sweden and I have to say that it was a really urgent situation for us and you collected and delivered our cargo in double quick time! Everything went absolutely to plan and like clockwork! I was kept fully informed of the status of my shipment from time of booking right upto delivery! It's makes a change to compliment a forwarder on the fantastic service they provide! We will be opening a new a warehouse towards the end of this year and will have much larger shipments which we will be sending via your services. Thankyou! Chris

Swedish Import Customer 58592

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Sweden Exports too expensive

Due to the strength of Sweden’s currency, its exports are perceived as too expensive to its trade partners causing a negative balance of trade.  Official statistics published earlier this week show a deficit of 2.8 billion kronor as exports swelled by 15 per cent, but imports increased far more swiftly at 27 per cent.  The increase in imports suggest that consumption has increased sharply as the economy continues to improve.  This is the first time in years that Sweden has reported a trade deficit. Sweden saw its export income jump 12 per cent from January to August, while in the same period the cost of import increased by 18%.  The increase in trade activity is good news for Sweden’s freight forwarding and shipping industry.