At the beginning of the new year, more and more Chinese companies decided to export their products by rail to Central Asia and Europe through the port of Khorgos in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region. On January 27, the 500th freight train of 2023, carrying 50 standard TEU containers filled with electronics, auto parts and daily necessities, left China through the port of Khorgos to the port of Malaszewiczy, Poland. Railway Supply magazine writes about this, citing


As of Jan. 27, China sent a total of 531 trains to Europe, up 2.11%. In this area, Khorgos has retained its leading position among customs crossings throughout the country. More than 76 types of cargo are transported to 18 countries of the world on 200 lines, along which China-Europe freight trains pass through Khorgos.

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