A freight train of China-Europe running from Jingdezhen to Moscow is pictured before departing from a railway station in Jingdezhen, East China’s Jiangxi province, on Sept 28, 2018. [Photo/IC]
HOHHOT – Manzhouli, the largest land port on the China-Russia border, has seen 5,000 China-Europe freight trains since 2013, according to local customs.
There are currently 52 routes of China-Europe freight trains via the land port, which help promote the trade between over 60 Chinese cities and 28 cities in 13 European countries including Germany, Poland and Belgium, according to the customs.
The export cargo of the outbound trains include home appliances, mechanical equipment and daily necessities, while the inbound trains mainly carry automobile parts and paper pulp, the customs said.
The port establishes a platform of information sharing with the Russian railway department to ensure the efficiency of customs clearance, according to local authorities.