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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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  • London attack: Theresa May tells MPs 'we'll never waver' MPs pay tribute to Wednesday's victims and the PM says "we saw the best and worst of humanity".
  • Shana Grice murder: Stalker ex-boyfriend jailed for life The judge criticised police for treating Michael Lane's victim Shana Grice as the "wrongdoer".
  • State pension age could be raised to 70, says report Twenty year-olds may have to work till the age of 70, with millions more having to work till 68
  • 'New' wave-like cloud finally wins official recognition The new clouds include the rare, wave-like asperitas, after a long campaign by skywatchers.
  • Young girl removes Pope's skullcap Pope Francis is confronted by a playful three-year-old in St Peter's Square, but laughs it off.
  • Foster and Clinton to attend McGuinness funeral Arlene Foster confirms she will attend the funeral of Sinn Féin's Martin McGuinness later.
  • Afghan Taliban capture crucial city of Sangin Government forces retreat as the district headquarters falls into militant hands after a year-long battle.
  • Ukraine munitions blasts prompt mass evacuations The dump is used to supply the military in the east and officials say the blasts were sabotage.
  • Video of Israeli policeman hitting Palestinian driver draws anger An officer is suspended after a film shows him headbutting a Palestinian lorry driver in Jerusalem.
  • Higher fuel prices take toll on retail sales Sales rose more than expected last month, but the underlying trend suggests fuel costs are starting to bite.
  • Eurovision: Russia calls for rethink over banned singer Julia Samoilova Julia Samoilova has been barred from appearing at the contest in Kiev over a visit to Crimea.
  • Boy, 4, uses Siri to help save mum's life A four-year-old boy saved his mum's life by using her thumb to unlock her iPhone and then calling 999.
  • London attack: What we know so far Here is what we know about the incidents in Westminster, which are being treated by police as terrorism.
  • MP James Cleverly pays tribute to PC Keith Palmer Conservative MP James Cleverly, who knew PC Keith Palmer, pays an emotional tribute in the Commons.
  • London attack: The heroes who rushed to help There has been praise for the bravery of the emergency services and the public in the wake of the attack.
  • London attack: 'Business as usual' for defiant MPs and commuters MPs and ordinary Londoners vow to carry on as normal in the wake of a deadly terror attack on Parliament.
  • #WeStandTogether: London unites after Westminster attack The people of London show their solidarity after the Westminster attack.
  • Londoners share images of unity and strength after Westminster attack Find out what's buzzing in the social media world today.
  • Witnesses describe shots and screaming Witnesses describe how attack near the Houses of Parliament unfolded.
  • Donald Trump Jr criticises London mayor after terror attack Trump Jr is accused of exploiting the tragedy by taking the London mayor's comments out of context.
  • Could this be Britain's cheapest supermarket? The average price of an item at Nifties in Dover is 60p.
  • The Papers: 'Terror at the heart of power' - and brave MP hailed The terrorist attack in London which left a policeman dead is the only story to feature on Thursday's front pages.
  • The daredevils behind Russia's extreme photo craze A number of young Russians are making names for themselves by posting videos of life-threatening stunts online.
  • Britain's war protest images go on show An exhibition marking the Imperial War Museum's centenary looks at how the British have protested against war.
  • Japan's oldest cartoons shown to mark 100 years of anime The oldest surviving anime was found in an antique shop in Osaka in 2008.
  • Ryan Gosling explains Oscars giggling The La La Land star was relieved the commotion over the best film mix-up was not "some kind of medical situation".
  • How do you draw a creature that humans have never seen? An award-winning artist brings ancient fossil discoveries to life through illustrations.
  • Fanzara: Street art revives divided Spanish village A Spanish village whose residents were at odds over a planned waste dump have overcome their differences with an art project that transformed it into an open-air gallery.
  • BBC News Channel BBC coverage of latest developments
  • Morse's Oxford: The city that inspired Colin Dexter The death of Morse writer Colin Dexter is the final chapter in a lifelong love affair with the university city.
  • 'What's mum got to be depressed about?' A son reveals the reality of growing up with a depressed mum who is frequently hospitalised.
  • Life in the land of 'candle princesses' Writer Eris Choo describes growing up dark-skinned in Malaysia among "candle princesses".
  • How an obscure seed is helping to save the elephant A look at how the seed of a South American tree is increasingly being used as an alternative to ivory.
  • Spain's female bodyguards who protect abused women The story of Ana, a victim of domestic violence, and how an organisation of women bodyguards came to her help.
  • Is it safe to drink Fanta and Sprite in Nigeria? A recent court case in Nigeria highlights concerns that locally made drinks may be considered unsafe for human consumption.
  • Reality Check: Why are women working past 70? The proportion of women working into their 70s has doubled in the past four years, to 11%.
  • Wendy Houvenaghel: British Cycling had 'medal at any cost' culture A "medal at any cost" approach created a "culture of fear" at British Cycling, says former cyclist Wendy Houvenaghel.
  • Lewis Hamilton: Ferrari are F1 title favourites, says Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton says Ferrari are favourites to win the Formula 1 world title as the new season starts in Australia this weekend.

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