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Xinjiang railway freight to reach 150 mln tonnes [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2019-9-9 16:53:19 |Display all floors
(Xinhua) -- Northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region saw its overall railway freight volume for the year exceed 100 million tonnes last week, according to railway authorities.

Local railway authorities expect that the annual railway freight volume of Xinjiang will exceed 150 million tonnes this year.

From January to August, Xinjiang ranked first in the growth rate of railway freight volume in China. This year, Xinjiang railway departments have improved the overall railway transport capacity, said Gao Lei, deputy director of the freight department of China Railway Urumqi Group Co. Ltd.

The railway departments have also strengthened infrastructure construction this year to improve the logistics services, expand the capacity of major freight railway stations and improve the loading and unloading cargo capacity and the transportation capacity.

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Post time 2019-9-11 08:47:21 |Display all floors
China needs to think of how to make greater use of this freight routes to promote trade and foster relationships. Innovate on the use of the train to increase its demand etc. Think of ways to notify the countries that it passes or stop by to create interest. Ask for more feedbacks and allow countries that it passes to give ideas to enhance the use of the trains. When there is participation there will be greater interest and usage. Give greater exposure to this connectivity especially to the South East Asians and Central Asians. The train route itself is a fantastic media vehicle as well to relay messages to foster relationships and create demand/businesses.

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Post time 2019-9-11 11:57:55 |Display all floors

China should report the QUALITY but not emphasize on QUANTITY!

If this 150mln ton is high tech, then China will command world respect!

If it is low grade consumer product, then please stop misleading!




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