The reporter learned from China Railway Harbin Bureau Group Co., Ltd. that as of February 19, a total of 10,556 China-EU trains entering and leaving the Manchuria and Yufenhe ports have operated a total of 10556 and sent 952601 tender boxes for goods, realizing that since September 2013, China-EU trains entering and leaving through the China-Russia ports have been opened.
The number of rows exceeded the 10,000 mark.
In the past year, China-EU trains entering and leaving through China-Russia ports accounted for 30% of the total number of China-EU trains. Among them, the China-Europe trains entering and leaving the country through Manzhouli Port exceeded 3,500 for the first time this year, an increase of 35.1% year-on-year, achieving sustained and stable growth for 11 consecutive months.
A total of 217 China-Europe trains entered and exited through the Yufenhe Port, an increase of 77.9% year-on-year, surpassing that of 2018 and 2019. The sum of the Central European trains. At present, there are 52 China-EU trains entering and leaving through Manchuria and Yufenhe ports, and the number of trains has grown rapidly, and the types of goods transported are becoming more and more abundant.
The export goods of China-EU trains opened through China-Russia ports have expanded to daily necessities, electrical products, industrial machinery, metals, agricultural and sideline products and other categories, and the added value of transportation has increased significantly.
The collection area mainly includes the coastal areas of southeastern China, covering 60 cities such as Tianjin, Changsha, Guangzhou, Suzhou, etc. The train has reached 13 countries and 28 cities in Europe, and the return train has reached 100%. Goods include auto parts, plates and food, etc., and the role of international trade channels is further highlighted.