The impact of the development of China-European trains on port shipping

The opening and operation of the Central European trains changed the dilemma of the inbound cities' foreign trade clogging, and established a fast and cost-effective logistics and transportation network hub node, making the inland cities “coastalized” into logistics ports and trade highlands. These advantages will attract a portion of the original seaborne source of local and coastal cities, competing for shipping.


After the opening of the China-European class, it will bring tangible benefits to the local economy and people's livelihood: enhance the city's visibility in the Eurasian region, conduct more extensive and in-depth cooperation with countries and cities along the route, build sister cities, establish consulates, and promote Bilateral trade and investment, etc. With the stability and sustainable development of the China-Europe trains, more and more well-known high-net-worth high-tech enterprises have settled in mainland cities, such as Hewlett-Packard, Foxconn, Dell, Ford, etc., providing strong growth poles for local industrial transformation and upgrading. The company also builds a Sino-European train to sell goods to foreign customers in a timely and efficient manner, thereby improving the competitiveness of the company.