More China-Europe cargo trains pass through China-Mongolia border port

HOHHOT, March 13 (Xinhua) — An increasing number of China-Europe cargo trains passed through the largest land port on the border of China and Mongolia as of Friday this year, local authorities said. The Erenhot Port in north China’s Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region saw a total of 295 exit and entry China-Europe cargo trains by Friday, up 20.4 percent year on year. Among them, 188 trains entered China, up 27.6 percent year on year, and 107 trains were outbound, up 9.5 percent year on year, according to the China Railway Hohhot Group Co., Ltd.

On Friday morning, a China-Europe cargo train loaded with goods such as auto parts, glass products and textiles left China via the Erenhot Port, marking that the port saw a total of 30,000 standard containers of goods imported and exported this year, up 61.3 percent year on year.

As an important land port for the exit and entry of the China-Europe freight trains, the Erenhot Port undertakes the entry and exit customs clearance, reloading and quarantine work of the trains from north and central China.


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