Get Adobe Flash player

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.

+ 356 21 252 773

+ 356 21 252 776



  • Jeremy Corbyn 'determined to finish job' The Labour leader accepts his 'share of responsibility' for electoral loss but will stay on.
  • President Trump to skip White House correspondents' dinner The US president has traditionally attended and it will still go ahead in Mr Trump's absence.
  • Mo Farah's coach Alberto Salazar may have breached drug rules - leaked Usada report The American coach of Olympic champion Mo Farah may have broken anti-doping rules to boost the performance of some of his athletes, says a leaked report.
  • UK terror threat 'at highest since 1970s IRA plots' A UK watchdog says so-called Islamic State plans "indiscriminate attacks on innocent civilians".
  • Caroline Wyatt: MS 'brain fog' lifted after stem cell treatment Caroline Wyatt said the "brain fog began to lift" after she paid for treatment in Mexico.
  • David Harewood: Next Doctor Who should be black or female Actor David Harewood says Doctor Who "needs to do something different" - and he'd be up for it.
  • Vehicle hits crowd at New Orleans parade Twenty-eight people are injured, some seriously, but police say terrorism is not suspected.
  • Brexit: Heseltine vows to rebel in Lords bill debate Senior Tory Lord Heseltine says he will rebel against ministers when peers debate the Brexit bill.
  • Kim Jong-nam killing: Malaysia airport terminal declared safe North Korean leader's half brother was killed by a nerve agent in the airport two weeks ago.
  • Islamic State uses drones for Mosul attacks The so-called Islamic State is using drones in the battle for Mosul in Iraq.
  • Oscars: Moonlight warms up with Independent Spirit Awards win Low-budget drama Moonlight warms up for Sunday's Oscars by winning six Independent Spirit Awards.
  • US Democrats pick Tom Perez to lead party Tom Perez was seen as the establishment-backed candidate and will have to unite a divided party.
  • Manny Pacquiao and Amir Khan to fight in April WBO world welterweight champion Manny Pacquiao and Great Britain's Amir Khan agree to fight on 23 April.
  • Newspaper review: Doping accusations and terror threats Accusations are made against Mo Farah's coach on one front page as terror threats dominate another.
  • Readers' pictures on the theme of 'splash' Each week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week it is 'Splash'.
  • Weekend Edition: The week's best reads The KGB spy who lived the American dream and other stories you may have missed in the past seven days.
  • Becoming Julius: Growing up intersex in Uganda Julius Kaggwa was born intersex, which made for a confusing, isolating and sometimes dangerous childhood growing up in Uganda.
  • Greek activists storm court hearings to save homes Greek activists storm court to save homes
  • Live streaming cats 24/7 Kitten Academy is a cat fostering house that live streams kittens 24/7 on YouTube.
  • Bobsleigh World Championships: GB crash out of four-man bob Great Britain's four-man bobsleigh team crash out of the World Championships during their second run. They were unhurt.
  • BBC News Channel BBC coverage of latest developments
  • Could Max Spiers's last interview help explain his death? Investigating the final days of Max Spiers, a British conspiracy theorist who dies in Poland.
  • The child abuse scandal of the British children sent abroad For several decades, the UK sent children across the world to new lives where many were abused.
  • Semyon Gluzman: Meeting a Soviet-era dissident again after 35 years In the Soviet Union rare individuals campaigned for human rights at great personal expense. One was psychiatrist Semyon Gluzman, who now sees a bright future for his new country, Ukraine.
  • 'Robbed of sight, I have a vision to help the blind see' A blind man who narrowly escaped death has developed software he hopes will give blind people independence.
  • Did Trump win because his name was first in key states? A leading US political scientists thinks Donald Trump is president because his name came first on the ballot in some critical swing states.
  • Rugby's Trimble on what inspires his love of the game Ireland rugby international Andrew Trimble on how his spirituality enhances his love of the game.
  • The unravelling of Kim Jong-nam's death All the markings of a John Le Carre novel: a world leader's brother, an international airport and a deadly nerve agent.
  • Claudio Ranieri: Jamie Vardy says speculation over manager's sacking 'untrue' Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy says speculation he was involved in Claudio Ranieri's dismissal is "untrue and extremely hurtful".
  • Six Nations 2017: Vern Cotter hails Scotland's second-half show against Wales Head coach Vern Cotter lauds Scotland's second-half display against Wales, as they rack up 20 unanswered points to win.
  • Chelsea 3-1 Swansea City Chelsea stretch their lead at the top of the Premier League table to 11 points after victory over Swansea City at Stamford Bridge.
  • Six Nations 2017: 'I wanted three points, kickers said no' - Wales captain Jones Captain Alun Wyn Jones wanted to kick for goal at a crucial point against Scotland, but says his kickers said "no".
  • Oscars 2017: Who's predicted to win, and other things to look out for It's Hollywood's big night - here's what to look out for in the main battles at the Oscars.
  • The frock stars who rocked - and shocked - at the Oscars Will any of this year's Oscar attendees try to top the classic outfits of the past?
  • How to achieve the 'Oscars look' Celebrity make-up artist, Amy Hollier, shares her tips on how to achieve the perfect look for the red carpet.
  • Oscar-nominated film maker banned from US The 21-year-old Syrian who filmed an Oscar-nominated documentary had problems with his passport.
  • Readying the red carpet The final preparations are being made on the red carpet ahead of the Academy Awards on Sunday.
  • The Academy Awards: Best picture nominees in 30 seconds A lightning look at the films up for an Oscar in the best picture category
  • Oscars 2017: Do the best films and performances win? Lots of factors influence who gets an Oscar - not just the quality of the film or performance.
  • Oscars: Has anything really changed since #OscarsSoWhite? Things have moved on from the #OscarsSoWhite controversy - on the surface at least.
  • The woman who knows who's won the Oscars... but won't tell Martha Ruiz counts the Oscars votes and talks about the measures she takes to keep the results safe.
  • Oscars: Hollywood parties and protests as the big night approaches Hollywood's celebrities are in a final whirl of pre-Oscars parties, awards, dinners - and protests.
  • Oscars 2017: Bluff your way through this year's best picture nominees Not seen the films up for the best picture Oscar? Let this guide bring you up to speed.
  • Naomie Harris: 'Daniel Craig could be back as Bond' The Oscar-nominated actress was speaking after she was awarded her OBE by the Queen at Buckingham Palace.

Get Adobe Flash player


Made by Square Concept