Record Number of China-Europe Freight Train Trips From Manzhouli in 2023


Manzhouli, China’s largest land port, handled 5,001 China-Europe freight train trips in 2023, up 3 percent compared to the year 2022, according to China Railway Harbin Bureau Group Co., Ltd.

This was the first time that the figure exceeded 5,000 within one year and both the volume of China-Europe freight train trips through Manzhouli and the amount of goods transported have achieved continuous growth for 10 consecutive years, Xinhua reported.

Last year, the China-Europe freight trains transported 540,000 twenty-foot equivalent units (TEUs) of cargo via the port, up 16 percent year on year.

China-Europe freight trains climb  8.8 percent 

So far, 21 China-Europe freight train routes have passed through the port in north China’s Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, connecting 13 countries, including Poland, Germany and Belgium, with 60 Chinese cities.

Cargos transported cover 12 major categories, such as daily necessities, industrial machinery and agricultural products.

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