Sweden to Zhangzhou port timber TRAIN opened
Release date: 2018-9-18 Source: Network http://www.wood168.net/woodnews/50800.html
A row of Chinese-European trains filled with spruce wood arrived on the 17th from the Inshen station of the North Lake Road Company in Darana, Sweden, and shipped to Nankang Modern Home City in Zhangzhou City, Jiangxi Province, China, marking Sweden to The opening of the first class of Zhangzhou Port.
The class is about 14,000 kilometers in total and can be reached in Zhangzhou Port after 19 days of normal driving. The opening of this class broke the traditional transportation mode of the subway and sea transportation, greatly improving the transportation timeliness.
Sweden has a wealth of timber resources; Jiangxi Yinzhou Nankang is one of China’s well-known solid wood furniture manufacturing bases, and the demand for wood is huge. Recently, Li Bingjun, deputy secretary of the Jiangxi Provincial Party Committee and secretary of the Cangzhou Municipal Party Committee, led a delegation to Sweden to complement the advantages and resources of the two sides and further strengthen the cooperation in the home industry. He held economic and trade talks with the governor of the Swedish province of Darana, Uva Ton, and attended the day. The launch ceremony of the Swedish-Zhangzhou class.
As the landmark achievement of the “Belt and Road Initiative”, the China-European Banley has been widely responsive in the world and has been hailed as the “Steel Camel Team” on the “Belt and Road”. Han Xiaodong, Counselor of the Economic and Commercial Office of the Chinese Embassy in Sweden, said that the history of Sino-Swiss economic and trade cooperation has a long history. The space for economic and trade cooperation between Sweden and Zhangzhou is very broad. I hope that the Swedish-Changzhou class will operate normally and promote the economic and trade cooperation between the two places to enter a new era. Achieving new results.
It is reported that since the opening of the Central European (Asia) class in April last year, Zhangzhou Port has opened 18 lines of trains, and has accumulated 110 trains, radiating Germany, Finland, Poland, Russia, Afghanistan along the “Belt and Road” and 18 countries and regions including the five countries of Central Asia.