CHONGQING – Freight trains between Southwest China’s Chongqing Municipality and Europe countries.


The trains in Central Europe and Chongqing-Central and Eastern Europe were successfully launched. The class departs from the Chongqing site and exits through the Alashankou in Xinjiang. It will eventually arrive in Poznan, Poland, with a total length of more than 10,000 kilometers. The main sources of supply include auto parts, mechanical equipment, and notebooks. Representatives from Central and Eastern European countries such as Romania, Montenegro, Serbia, Slovakia, Latvia, Poland, Hungary, China-Central and Eastern European countries representatives of the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Chongqing Port Logistics Office, Chongqing Foreign Affairs Office, Shapingba District Government leaders and China Europe Company representatives attended the event.