Belt-Road Initiative (Silk Road)
With the China Belt-Road Initiative (The modern Silk Road), there are more and more railway connections between China and Europe. We offer rail freight options to our customers despite of the traditional sea transport. With the various route options, we are confident to provide more timely and cost-effective solutions.
Here are some routes information for your reference.
- Routes through Poland connect Antwerp and Duisburg with Chongqing, as well as Hamburg and Zhengzhou. Carriages on these routes are usually longer and carry about 250 containers.
- The route from China to Poland covers 11000km and transit time is around 7 to 17 days depending on the origin and destination terminals. Transit time to Germany is around 19 days.
- From Shilong to Duisburg, the train stops in Warsaw. The route goes through Yekaterinburg, Moscow, Malaszewicze, Warsaw, Hamburg. The route covers over 13000km.
- From Yiwu to London, the route takes around 18 days. With door to door service, 2 more days have to be added to the transit time.
- Towards to the North through Russia and Belarus, this is the path of the Trans-Siberian Railway.
- Towards to the South, the route will be through Kazakhstan.
- The commodities using these routes are mainly textiles, footwear, electronic equipment, household appliances, advertising gadgets, interior and garden design elements.