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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

  • Sir Bruce Forsyth: TV legend dies aged 89 Tributes are paid to the TV legend, who hosted Strictly Come Dancing and The Generation Game.
  • Barcelona and Cambrils: 'Bigger' attacks were prepared Plotters were looking to build bombs but instead executed simpler plans using vehicles, police say.
  • Steve Bannon fired as Trump White House's top strategist Donald Trump's shadowy chief strategist Steve Bannon is fired after a turbulent tenure.
  • Spain attacks: Fears for missing child The government is looking into reports of a missing child who is thought to have British nationality.
  • Spain attacks: One police officer killed four Cambrils suspects Five people in all were shot dead after a car was driven into pedestrians in Cambrils, Catalonia.
  • Finland stabbings: Two dead and suspect shot in Turku A man wielding a knife is shot and wounded by police after attacking people in the centre of Turku.
  • Blue boots for baby flamingo Squish in Singapore Keepers at Singapore's Jurong Bird Park have found an unusual way to protect a baby flamingo's feet.
  • Deadly South Asia floods affect 16m people The Red Cross says the floods are becoming one of the worst regional humanitarian crises in years.
  • Charlottesville victim's mum rebukes Trump Susan Bro has "no interest" in speaking to Mr Trump after his remarks on the Virginia clashes.
  • Ex-BBC reporter Liz MacKean dies after stroke Award-winning correspondent, who left BBC after row over her Jimmy Savile investigation, had a stroke.
  • Stephen Hawking: I'm worried about the future of the NHS Cambridge professor criticises health secretary and warns about role of private sector in the NHS.
  • Wythenshawe Hall fire: Man jailed for arson attack The judge said starting the fire that gutted part of Wythenshawe Hall was an "act of selfish folly".
  • 7 days quiz: Which ice cream flavour is under threat? A weekly quiz of the news, 7 days 7 questions.
  • Rhino swept from Nepal to India by flooding rescued The young rhino was swept 42km from Chitwan National Park by floods and found in an Indian village.
  • Couple chased eclipses all over the world Now Sharon and Billy Hahs are preparing for one in their own backyard.
  • NI golfer Joe Rooney scores two holes-in-one The odds of an amateur golfer hitting two holes-in-one in the same round are 67 million to one.
  • Who are BBC Radio 1's new DJs? Four new presenters will be heard in the station's weekend line-up during September.
  • Mull of Kintyre - Looking back on a Scottish mega-hit It was recorded 40 years ago this month with the help of a pipe band and was a Christmas number one in 1977.
  • Kit Kat accused of copying Atari game Breakout Nestle's marketing mimics the 1970s Atari computer game Breakout, a court case alleges.
  • Missing Japanese tortoise found A giant female tortoise was found two weeks after she escaped from her zoo in western Japan.
  • The Papers: 'Terror strikes the heart of Barcelona' A van ploughing into crowds in Barcelona's Las Ramblas tourist area dominates the front pages.
  • Belle and Sebastian drummer left in store car park for four hours Belle and Sebastian's Richard Colburn sat in his pyjamas for four hours waiting for the tour bus to return.
  • Flying over the city - the urban cable car Mexico City's urban cable car, Mexicable, is a new transport system for one of the world's busiest places.
  • Grenfell Tower pupils enjoy 'good day' as they collect exam results Some Kensington Aldridge Academy pupils had to take AS-levels while the tower was still on fire.
  • BBC News Channel BBC coverage of latest developments
  • Obituary: Sir Bruce Forsyth In a 70-year career, Bruce Forsyth went from struggling variety performer to the king of Saturday night TV.
  • The masseuse who pulled my arm out When Angela treated herself to a massage she forgot to mention her hidden disability, resulting in the masseuse getting a surprise of her own.
  • 'Upskirting': It happened to me After Gina Martin took a stand against 'upskirting', we asked if readers had ever experienced it. They had.
  • ?We were guinea pigs?: Jailed inmates agreed to birth control The Tennessee county started offering time off inmate sentences in exchange for birth control
  • Reality Check: Are 15,000 transgender people serving in the US military? The figure was widely quoted when President Trump announced plans to ban transgender military personnel, but is it right?
  • Why the fuss over Confederate statues? Monuments to the failed Confederacy were mostly erected many decades after the US Civil War.
  • A-level agony? We answer your questions Results not quite what you were expecting? Two experts are on hand with some advice.
  • A licence to kill bear cubs? Trump is once again allowing hunters in Alaska to shoot bear cubs and hibernating bears, but is this as bad as it sounds?
  • How Hope Hicks went from modelling to being Donald Trump's new media director at 28 Hope Hicks has quietly worked her way up through the Trump organisation to hold one of the most powerful positions in the US.
  • England v West Indies: Alastair Cook's 243 puts hosts in control of first Test Alastair Cook churns out 243 as England tighten their grip on West Indies on day two of the day-night Test at Edgbaston.
  • Chelsea: Question about Diego Costa has Antonio Conte in stitches Chelsea manager Antonio Conte sees the funny side when asked about wantaway striker Diego Costa saying he has been treated like a 'criminal'.
  • Davinson Sanchez: Tottenham sign Ajax defender on six-year deal Tottenham confirm the signing of centre-back Davinson Sanchez from Ajax in a reported club record 42m deal.
  • Tom Bosworth: Race walker criticises FA over approach to gay players British race walker Tom Bosworth criticises the FA's approach to tackling homophobia but says it is "very keen to make a change".
  • Barcelona and Cambrils attacks: What we know so far Here's what we know after two attacks in Spain's Catalonia region.
  • Cambrils: 'Pop pop, a couple of shots and he fell down' A man who filmed the shooting in Cambrils described what he saw.
  • Eyewitnesses describe their fear A number of people caught up in the attacks in Barcelona and Cambrils tell their stories.
  • Spain attacks: Terror timeline Two terror attacks in Spain's Catalonia region have left 14 dead and many more injured. How did events unfold?
  • The messages of support posted on social media Aside from the gruesome images of the Barcelona attack, a sense of peace and solidarity emerge online
  • Actress Laila Rouass 'hid in freezer' The actress says she had to hide in a restaurant freezer and heard gunshots outside.
  • Barcelona attack: What was it like on the ground? People who saw a van plough into crowds in Barcelona share their stories with BBC News.
  • Can vehicle attacks be prevented? In just over a year Europe has seen seven attacks where vehicles have been used as weapons. Security correspondent Gordon Corera looks at what authorities are doing about it.
  • Cambrils: 'I never imagined this happening here' Residents of Cambrils describe the scene after the attack.

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