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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

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+ 356 21 252 776

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eurofreight@eurofreight.com.mt

News

  • Tory challenge to PM over immigration David Cameron must accept he has failed to deliver a pledge to reduce migration, two Vote Leave MPs say, but No 10 calls the Tory attack a "distraction".
  • Shipwrecks 'kill up to 700 migrants' Up to 700 migrants are feared drowned in a series of shipwrecks off the coast of Libya in the last few days, the UN refugee agency says.
  • Impressive Murray into last eight Britain's Andy Murray beats John Isner in straight sets to reach the quarter-finals of the French Open in Paris.
  • Suspected migrants rescued in Channel Eighteen Albanians, believed to be migrants, are among 20 people rescued from an inflatable boat off the Kent coast after it began taking on water overnight.
  • Leaders mark Verdun with EU unity plea The leaders of France and Germany mark the 100th anniversary of the WW1 battle of Verdun in northern France with a call for European unity.
  • Zoo gorilla shot as boy falls into moat Zoo officials shoot dead a gorilla after it grabbed a four-year-old boy who fell into its enclosure in the US city of Cincinnati.
  • Sri Lanka stall England victory bid Sri Lanka mount a belated fightback with the bat, reaching 309-5 to delay England's push for victory in the second Test.
  • Top Mexico footballer kidnapped Olympiakos striker Alan Pulido has been kidnapped in Mexico's northern border state of Tamaulipas, officials say.
  • Ukraine fire kills 17 in care home Seventeen people are killed as a fire tears through a building housing elderly people in a village near the Ukrainian capital Kiev.
  • Japan boy left in woods 'as punishment' The parents of a seven-year-old boy missing in the mountains of northern Japan admit that they left him alone in the woods as a punishment.
  • Didcot men 'could have been rescued' A pause in the search for three men thought to have died in the Didcot power station collapse could have cost them their lives, an MP claims.
  • 'Boateng insult' sparks row in Germany Comments by a senior leader of Germany's right-wing AfD party about football star Jerome Boateng are widely condemned as racist.
  • VIDEO: Concerns for Falluja's trapped civilians There is growing concern for the fate of an estimated 50,000 civilians trapped in the centre of Falluja in Iraq.
  • VIDEO: Gorilla drags boy through zoo moat Zoo officials have shot dead a gorilla after a four-year-old boy fell into its enclosure in the US city of Cincinnati.
  • VIDEO: Remembering Verdun 100 years on France is commemorating the 100th anniversary of The Battle of Verdun, World War One's longest battle.
  • VIDEO: Elephant calf rescued from drain An elephant calf has been rescued from an uncovered drain in Sri Lanka's Hambantota port.
  • VIDEO: Close-up look at huge sea reptile fossil The discovery of the fossilised skeleton of a large sea reptile which lived 165 million years ago is causing excitement within the scientific community.
  • VIDEO: WW2 aircraft pulled from Hudson River A pilot has died after a vintage World War Two aircraft crashed in the Hudson River between New York and New Jersey.
  • VIDEO: Time off for fans to watch Euro 2016? Firms should be flexible with staffing during the Euro 2016 football tournament, which begins on 10 June, the conciliation service Acas says.
  • VIDEO: Calling time on nightclubs in the UK The number of nightclubs in the UK has almost halved in the last ten years, and this weekend Scunthorpe's last club is closing its doors.
  • Escalation of Tory division over Europe Deputy political editor John Pienaar considers the tensions between rival factions in the Conservative Party over Europe.
  • Verdun: France's sacred symbol of healing The site of the longest battle of World War One, Verdun has become a symbol of European reconciliation, says Hugh Schofield.
  • VIDEO: How did Iraq get so violent? Was Western invasion in 2003 responsible for what is now happening?
  • Could French fuel strikes affect travel? Q&A on the effect on Britons travelling in France following industrial action being taken by French workers, who are blockading oil refineries as part of their dispute.
  • Secret WW2 code machine found on eBay After a secret German WW2 code machine is found on eBay, the National Museum of Computing is asking people to search for its motor.
  • Talent final audience lowest in history This year's Britain's Got Talent final draws lowest audience in its 10-year history, as Army bandsman Richard Jones becomes first magic act to win.
  • Hamilton wins epic Monaco Grand Prix Lewis Hamilton wins a close battle with Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo in a thrilling Monaco GP to re-ignite his title campaign.
  • VIDEO: Watch: England v Wales highlights Highlights of England v Wales from Twickenham.
  • Johnson-Thompson qualifies for Rio Olympics Katarina Johnson-Thompson qualifies for this summer's Olympics, finishing with 6,304 points in coming sixth in Gotzis.
  • England's Wood wins PGA Championship England's Chris Wood comes from three shots down to win the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth.
  • Brexit 'an enormous economic problem' Former Prime Minister Tony Blair says leaving the EU would create "an enormous economic problem" following any Brexit vote on 23 June.
  • 'Guarantees needed if Tata pulls sale' Tata would need to give guarantees it is in the UK steel industry for the long run if it scraps its planned sale of plants, Stephen Kinnock says.
  • Hammond urges Syria and Yemen action Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond will press for more concerted action on the war-torn countries of Syria and Yemen during a tour of the Gulf states.
  • Blair warns against Corbyn 'experiment' It would be a "very dangerous experiment" for the UK to give Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn power, former Labour Prime Minister Tony Blair warns.
  • Medic urges mediation over care rows The NHS could save millions of pounds if families and doctors were offered mediation when they disagreed on a treatment, a leading consultant says.
  • Children 'denied mental health support' Mental health services turned away more than a quarter of children referred for support without help in England in 2015, a report says.
  • Child death inquiries to be overhauled The system of inquiries into child deaths in England where neglect or abuse is suspected will be overhauled, says the government
  • Cambridge University to remain with NUS Cambridge University will remain affiliated to the National Union of students after a referendum of students rejected a motion to leave.
  • Three announces mobile ad-block trial Mobile service provider Three confirms it will block advertising on its network for a day-long trial in June.
  • Cooling technologies become red hot Sainsbury's is trialling new food-cooling technologies that promise to be more eco-friendly than current alternatives.
  • Eve the Jurassic sea monster Piecing together the bare bones of a sea reptile that swam at the time of the dinosaurs.
  • DNA 'tape recorder' to trace cell history Researchers invent a DNA "tape recorder" that can trace the family history of every cell in a body.
  • Casting the next Bond 'not a democracy' Casting the next James Bond is "not a democracy", the director Sam Mendes says at the Hay Festival.
  • Dahl's swashboggling words celebrated Swashboggling, squishous and frobscottle are among thousands of Roald Dahl's gobblefunk words in a dictionary celebrating the centenary of the writer's birth.
  • I had to leave my partner to lose weight Celena and her partner Pete separated for 10 weeks to break their bad habits and lose weight.
  • The US veterans going back to live in Vietnam More than 40 years after the end of the Vietnam war dozens of ageing former American soldiers have gone back - and have succeeded in finding peace.
  • Week in pictures A selection of the best news photographs from around the world, taken over the past week.
  • In pictures: The barbers of Freetown The people who shape hair in the capital of Sierra Leone
  • Could we finally see the end of overcrowded trains? Could we finally see the end of overcrowded trains?
  • 10 things we didn't know last week A girlfriend's mum used to comb Paul McCartney's legs - and other nuggets
  • Elbows, skulls and holy hands Venerating England's saintly relics
  • The opium farmers with the police on their side The opium growers with the police on their side
  • VIDEO: Lost cats, disguised football fans and other trends of the week Kadyrov's missing cat and other online trends
  • Alma telescope peers into space Alma telescope peers into space from Chile
  • Who deserves a blue plaque? Who deserves to be remembered?
  • Jatra: India's former folk theatre actors struggle to survive Portraits of India's struggling folk theatre artists

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