100th China-Europe (Wuhan) freight train in 2019 sets outOn July 12, a China-Europe (Wuhan) freight train fully loaded with garments, pharmaceutical raw materials and electronic products departed from Wujiashan Railway Center in Wuhan, capital city of Central China's Hubei Province.
It is bound for Duisburg, Germany, marking the 100th China-Europe freight train leaving from Wuhan this year, which has outnumbered the total of 2018.
In the first quarter of 2019, Hubei’s foreign trade with countries along the Belt and Road, via China-Europe (Wuhan) freight trains, amounted to 3.185 billion yuan, a year-on-year increase of 39.8 percent.
As of now, the total number of return shifts has reached 104, exceeding the number of freight trains leaving from Wuhan, which has hit a record high among the 50-plus cities operating freight trains to Europe in China.
For the past years, China-Europe (Wuhan) freight trains have rumbled along the route, taking garments, electronic components, mechanical and electrical products as well as other Chinese goods to European consumers, while bringing back cooking oil and timbers of Russia, beer and meat of Germany and wine of France.
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