From Chengdu to Prague a freight train departed as part of the China-Europe route

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A freight train with 41 containers loaded with electronic equipment left the city of Chengdu / Sichuan provincial capital, South-West China / to the capital of the Czech Republic, Prague, at 15:30 on September 30.

This train will travel through the territory of Kazakhstan, Russia, Belarus, Poland and arrive in Prague in about 13 days.

The train transports electronic equipment of Sichuan Changhong Corporation. The total value of goods transported is 5.08 million US dollars.

The opening of this route will significantly reduce the time of transportation of goods, and will also increase the presence of Chanhun products on the European market, said the deputy director of the Changhong Syuan Corporation.

Currently, seven freight rail routes to Europe have already been opened from Chengdu to Lodz / Poland /, Nuremberg / Germany /, Tilburg / Netherlands /, Almaty / Kazakhstan /, Minsk / Belarus /, Moscow / Russia / and Prague / Czech Republic /.