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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

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  • Presidential inaugural ball: Trumps enjoy first dance President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump have the first dance at the inaugural ball.
  • Women's March: UK women gather for Donald Trump protest UK demonstrators gather as part of global protests on the first full day of Donald Trump's presidency.
  • Italy school bus crash and fire leaves 16 dead One teacher saved many pupils by dragging them from the burning bus, one official says.
  • UKIP leader Paul Nuttall to stand in Stoke Central by-election The UKIP leader will seek to become the party's second MP in Labour seat later this month.
  • British family spans six generations A family from Yorkshire is thought to have become Britain?s first ever to have six generations alive at the same time. Grandmother Sue Godward and daughter Niki Mellor spoke to Radio 5 live.
  • Italy avalanche: Four more rescued from Rigopiano hotel The survivors were rescued after two days in freezing conditions, but some 15 people remain missing.
  • Leonne Weeks: Murder accused Shea Peter Heeley in court A man accused of murdering 16-year-old Leonne Weeks, found on a pathway near Rotherham, appears in court.
  • Yahya Jammeh says he will step down in The Gambia Yahya Jammeh led the country for 22 years but refused to accept defeat in December's election.
  • Australia eyes relaxed UK immigration under trade deal Australia says it will seek better access for businesses before reaching post-Brexit UK trade deal.
  • Personal data being shared on huge scale, claims Which? Personal and financial data is being sold for as little as 4p an item, according to Which?
  • Second-hand tyres put lives at risk, councils warn In some areas more than 80% of second-hand tyres are sold illegally, many with serious safety defects.
  • Trump inauguration: Violent protests in Washington DC Violent protests broke out in Washington DC as President Donald Trump was sworn in as president.
  • Friends' 30-year-search for Celtic treasure trove pays off Two metal detector enthusiasts found a huge hoard of Celtic treasure, reports Robert Hall.
  • Chapecoense plane: Footballer Neto dreamt of crash Chapecoense football club player Neto is one of six survivors of a plane crash that killed 71 people in Colombia last November.
  • Jockey's acrobatic bid to stay on horse Irish jockey Jack Kennedy manages to stay on his horse Bilko despite almost being thrown off it at a meeting at Thurles.
  • World landmarks recreated with Lego An artist has recreated more than 70 global landmarks using Lego bricks.
  • Weightlifter Sarah Davies - beauty queen to lifting machine Meet Sarah Davies, a former beauty queen turned weightlifter, who explains how the loss of funding in her sport will impact her career.
  • How melting ice sent GB's speed skaters to Netherlands Mike Bushell reveals how Great Britain's speed skaters are now training in the Netherlands.
  • Survivors pulled from avalanche hotel after two days Rescue workers cheer as they pulled the first survivors from the buried ruins of the Italian hotel.
  • BBC News Channel BBC coverage of latest developments as suspect in Berlin market attack is shot dead in Milan.
  • Roger Harrabin: World v Trump on climate deal? As the new president settles in, much of the world reaffirms its commitment to the Paris agreement.
  • Peter Taylor: Martin McGuinness - end of a long journey The BBC's Peter Taylor looks back as Martin McGuinness retires from frontline politics.
  • What are stretch marks and can you prevent them? We explore exactly what stretch marks are after model Chrissy Teigen shows hers off on Twitter.
  • Who will succeed Sinn Féin's Martin McGuinness? As Martin McGuinness steps down, who will take over as Sinn Féin's leader in Northern Ireland?
  • All you need to know about secondary school league tables As new-style secondary school league tables for England are published, we go through the changes.
  • Virus lottery: What could be next epidemic? Scientists have shortlisted three little-known diseases that they think could become the next global health emergency.
  • Newspaper headlines: President Trump's 'message to the world' US President Donald Trump's inaugural address comes under focus on Saturday's front pages.
  • Lords of the ruins Photographs taken by BBC Middle East editor Jeremy Bowen as he takes a journey through eastern Aleppo's largely deserted streets.
  • Africa's top shots A selection of the best photos from across Africa this week.
  • In pictures: Prize pigeons Photographs from inside a Turkish pigeon auction in Sanliurfa.
  • Week in pictures: 7-13 January 2017 A selection of the best news photographs from around the world, taken over the past week.
  • Australian Open 2017: Johanna Konta beats Caroline Wozniacki to reach last 16 Britain's Johanna Konta beats Caroline Wozniacki in straight sets to reach the fourth round of the Australian Open.
  • Australian Open 2017: Rafael Nadal beats Alexander Zverev in five sets Rafael Nadal beats German teenager Alexander Zverev in five sets in the third round of the Australian Open.
  • Masters 2017: Barry Hawkins knocks out world number one Mark Selby to reach semis England's Barry Hawkins denies world number one Mark Selby the Triple Crown by winning 6-3 to reach the Masters semi-final.
  • Undercover officers When Islamic State seized control of his hometown and began killing his police colleagues, Iraqi officer Abu Alawi resorted to unconventional measures to stay alive.
  • Week in pictures: 14-20 January 2017 A selection of the best news photographs from around the world, taken over the past week.
  • Reliving a tragedy The Belgian creators of a play, Us/Them, which relives the Beslan killings through the eyes of two children, say recent attacks have brought the story closer to home.
  • Battle of the left France picks its Socialist presidential nominee in a fight for the party's direction, even its survival.
  • Chapecoense return Those closely affected by the Chapecoense tragedy speak to the BBC on the eve of the club's first match since the fatal plane crash.
  • Did ye get healed? The former Beirut hostage John McCarthy explains how Van Morrison's music helped heal his life and inspire other writers
  • Red button Bankruptcy is now available online rather than in court. Is this the end of the stigma?
  • Kerb appeal Police in one London borough say they will not prosecute cyclists who ride on the pavement, but is it a good move?
  • In pictures: Global marches against Trump A day after his inauguration, women around the world march to protest at Donald Trump's election.
  • Eight ways Trump presidency makes history From his bank balance to his lack of pets - here's how Donald Trump is making presidential history.
  • Was there a Trump Twitter glitch? Twitter says it's resolving "complications" with the @Potus switchover, as some users claim they're following Trump against their will.
  • Trump inauguration speech: 'Angry', 'authentic', 'primal' Conservative commentators react to Trump's speech online.
  • Empathy and education in the age of Trump A Davos cocktail party may not, at first, seem like the ideal place to teach people to understand those with whom they disagree, but that's what some academics are doing.
  • Compare 2009 and 2017 It's been eight years since a new president took the oath of office at the US Capitol. Here's some side by side comparisons of Barack Obama's inauguration in 2009 and Donald Trump's in 2017,
  • Theresa May congratulates Trump on taking office Theresa May says she looks forward to meeting the new US president and expects "very frank" talks.
  • Obama crowd picture gaffe Donald Trump's account is rapidly evolving after using an image of Barack Obama's 2013 inauguration
  • Barack Obama's last day as 44th president From leaving a note for his successor on the Oval Office desk to giving a final speech.
  • Violent protests on streets Windows were smashed during protests in Washington DC as President-elect Donald Trump was due to be sworn in.

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