China-Europe freight trains resume operation in C China

Added On February 17, 2020

A China-Europe freight train departed from Zhengzhou Station, central China's Henan Province on Sunday morning, resuming normal operation.
It is the first China-Europe freight train leaving the province following the conclusion of the Spring Festival holiday.
The train loaded with 41 containers are full of goods weighing 615.8 tons.
The cargo includes mechanical and electrical equipment, metal products, precision components and daily necessities.
The China-Europe freight train from Zhengzhou will increase its operation frequency to ensure the smooth run of international logistics channels along the Silk Road.