December 16th, local time, the first batch of 50-meter long rails of the Yawan High-Speed Railway in Indonesia arrived at the port of Chiraza, Indonesia. The rails were shipped from Fangchenggang Pier in Guangxi, China, on November 28, 2020, and successfully arrived in Indonesia over a period of more than half a month.
After the first rails arrive at the port of Shiraza, it will be stored for a short time at a dedicated site, and then transported to Bandung Lanzeko Station, and finally to the Dekarur EMU welding rail base.
At present, the construction party of Yawan high-speed railway has successfully completed the transportation test of the 50-meter long rail narrow-gauge railway in Indonesia, and has the conditions for rail transportation.
The first batch of rails of Yawan high-speed railway arrived at the port of Chiraza, Indonesia, marking a significant staged progress in the Yawan high-speed railway rail project contracted by China.