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Welcome to Euro Freight

EuroFreight Services Ltd, has been established since 1999.

Since inception, the main objective has been to be one of the non vessel owning cargo consolidators into Malta.

Today the company ranks as one of the largest Maltese based cargo LCL/LTL operators.

To get to this level, we have carefully assembled a professional and dedicated network of agents and cargo associates, who are leaders in their respective markets.


telephone
+ 356 21 252 773

fax
+ 356 21 252 776

email
eurofreight@eurofreight.com.mt

News

  • Last BHS stores close for final time after 88 years The last BHS stores close their doors for the final time, ending an 88-year presence on the High Street.
  • Brexit may send EU 'down the drain' - German vice chancellor Germany's vice-chancellor Sigmar Gabriel says the EU could go "down the drain" if Brexit is handled badly and that the UK cannot keep the "nice things" without any responsibility.
  • M20 motorway reopens after bridge collapse The M20 reopens more than 24 hours after a footbridge collapsed when it was hit by a lorry carrying a digger.
  • Syria war: Turkey kills 25 people in latest round of air strikes Turkey says it has killed 25 militants near Jarablus in Syria, while a monitoring group reports 35 civilian deaths in same area.
  • Swimmer Nick Thomas dies crossing English Channel A swimmer dies while trying to cross the English Channel.
  • Sir Richard Branson 'should lose knighthood' - John McDonnell British tycoon Sir Richard Branson is a "tax exile" and should be stripped of his knighthood, shadow chancellor John McDonnell suggests.
  • New tax needed to fund NHS and care, says ex-minister A new tax is needed to ensure the UK has a properly funded health and social care system, doctor and former minister Dan Poulter says.
  • Germany's Sigmar Gabriel defends middle finger gesture Germany's economy minister and vice-chancellor has defended flicking the middle finger to a group of right-wing protesters earlier this month.
  • Woman, 78, has arm ripped off in parked car in Cornwall A woman's arm is ripped off after it is trapped in a parked car, police say.
  • Paris restaurant 'refuses to serve Muslim women' A video showing a French restaurateur apparently calling all Muslims terrorists and refusing to serve two Muslim women sparks anger and calls for protests.
  • Allardyce names first England squad Uncapped West Ham winger Michail Antonio is called up to manager Sam Allardyce's first England squad.
  • Teenage boy dies 'after taking drugs' at Leeds Festival A 17-year-old boy dies after taking drugs at Leeds Festival on Saturday, police say.
  • Work under way to clear collapsed M20 footbridge Work is under way to clear and reopen the M20 in Kent following the collapse of a footbridge.
  • Born a refugee: Syria's war babies More than 300,000 babies have been born as refugees since the start of the Syrian civil war.
  • Solo pilot, 18, completes around-the-world flight Australian teenager Lachlan Smart has become the youngest person to fly solo around the world in a single-engine aircraft.
  • Key Royal Navy torpedo-boats celebrate 100 years Britain's deadliest but least well-known naval force celebrates its 100th anniversary this week.
  • CEO Secrets: Airbnb co-founder shares tips for success Nathan Blecharczyk, one of the co-founders of Airbnb, offers the business advice he wishes he had been given when he started out.
  • Mariachi's holiday snaps with a message Karim Hauser's Instagram account, 'Mariachi in transit' sees him place himself as a mariachi in unexpected settings.
  • The last BHS stores close their doors The last BHS stores are set to close for the final time after 88 years on the high Street. Joe Lynam reports.
  • Ukraine's new hottest holiday location? Can Odessa become Ukraine's new hot tourism ticket?
  • BBC News Channel Britain's most-watched news channel, delivering breaking news and analysis all day, every day.
  • M Ilyas Khan: The Afghans forced to go home Pakistan has told all three million Afghan refugees within its borders to leave - causing chaos on its borders, the BBC's M Ilyas Khan reports.
  • Phanindra Dahal: Nepal to probe civil war crimes The two commissions set up to investigate crimes committed during Nepal's civil war have received nearly 57,000 submissions but many victims are sceptical about getting justice.
  • Mehrnoush Pourziaiee: When child rescuers die too The White Helmets save Syrians from death. What happens when they die, too?
  • US anthem and flag: Etiquette and law As American Football player Colin Kaepernick attracts criticism for refusing to stand for the US national anthem, what is the etiquette surrounding playing the national anthem and displaying the flag?
  • What next for Islamic State in Libya after Sirte? Militants of so-called Islamic State are on the verge of being ousted completely from their stronghold in Libya?s central coastal city of Sirte.
  • Brexit: Tough to-do list Battling ministers, the search for staff and working out what kind of deal to go for - how the Whitehall machine is gearing up for Brexit.
  • How US welfare compares around the globe Twenty years ago, the US overhauled its cash welfare system - the portion of US assistance that is offered to poor families as a direct payment. But how does this system compare to other high-income countries?
  • GCSEs 2016 - a user's guide A guide to this year's GCSEs.
  • How many people have to stand on trains? Jeremy Corbyn has brought the issue of overcrowded trains into the spotlight again, but why are our trains so busy and just how bad is the problem?
  • Why Pokemon Go may have passed its peak New independent data suggests that the augmented reality craze is beginning to cool off.
  • Why are microbeads controversial? MPs have recommended banning the tiny particles of plastic called "microbeads" which are used in a number of cosmetics and cleaning products. But why have they taken the move?
  • Yuval Noah Harari: "We are probably one of the last generations of Homo sapiens." Historian and author of the international bestseller Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind, Yuval Noah Harari speaks about the future of humanity.
  • Myanmar earthquake Scores of historic sites in Bagan - some there since the 10th Century - were badly damaged by the 6.8-magnitude earthquake that struck central Myanmar on Wednesday.
  • Africa's top shots: 19-25 August 2016 A selection of the best photos from across Africa this week.
  • Aiming for the skies Amateur rocket enthusiasts have gathered in Scotland to mark 30 years of aiming for the skies.
  • Quake-hit Italy from air Aerial shots reveal the devastation in Amatrice following Wednesday's earthquake which killed at least 247 people in central Italy.
  • Italy earthquake Images from before and after an earthquake struck central Italy show the huge scale of the disaster.
  • Manchester City 3-1 West Ham Raheem Sterling's double and a goal from Fernandinho help Manchester City beat West Ham to maintain their 100% start to the season
  • Lewis Hamilton finishes third from Belgian GP back row, Nico Rosberg wins Lewis Hamilton recovers from the back row of the grid to finish third at the Belgian GP as team-mate Nico Rosberg wins a dramatic race.
  • Athletic Bilbao 0-1 Barcelona Barcelona maintain their 100% start to the La Liga season as Ivan Rakitic's header earns them victory at Athletic Bilbao.
  • Vuelta a Espana: Chris Froome falls to fourth as David de la Cruz wins stage nine Britain's Chris Froome slips to fourth in the Vuelta a Espana as David de la Cruz wins stage nine and claims the leader's jersey.
  • Closing down Empty rails and closing signs as a stalwart of the British High Street says its final farewell.
  • 'Give women a say' How a long-running Irish beauty pageant became the unlikely battleground for the debate over the country's abortion laws.
  • The booze commute Alongside the boisterous revellers on London's first regular all-night Tube service were a sprinkling of more introverted, nocturnal travellers.
  • Baby gap years BBC News speaks to the new mums who swapped sleepless nights for long-haul flights.
  • Hands off Jane Austen's ring, a 50m Picasso and other objects the UK has fought to keep in the country.
  • In pictures As Notting Hill Carnival marks its 50th anniversary, BBC News looks back at how the event became what organisers claim is the largest street party in Europe.
  • Vaccine sprint Africa's worst yellow fever outbreak in 30 years prompts a race to protect millions of people from the disease, complicated by a shortage of vaccines.
  • After the floods Widespread, catastrophic flooding across southern Louisiana this month damaged more than 100,000 homes, and killed 13 people. The project Humans of the Water set out to capture portraits of Louisianans after floodwaters wrecked homes and washed away memories, and to chronicle what was lost and what was saved.
  • Special power A photography project takes on a deeper meaning for a father whose son has Down's Syndrome

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