Source: Xinhua | 2022-04-21 | Editor:Lexi
Photo taken on Jan. 8, 2021 shows freight trains at Erenhot Port in north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. (Photo by Guo Pengjie/Xinhua)
Erenhot, the largest land port on the China-Mongolia border, has seen robust growth in China-Europe freight trains in the first quarter of this year, according to the local railway authorities.
From January to March, the port handled a total of 734 China-Europe freight trains, up 25.7 percent year on year.
As of April 17, the port had handled 863 such trains and 89,536 twenty-foot equivalent unit (TEU) containers, with imported and exported freight weighing more than 3.1 million tonnes.
The port in north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region now serves 57 China-Europe freight-train routes, connecting over 60 overseas destinations across more than 10 countries.
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