Railway provides a fast logistics option from China to Europe, especially since COVID-19 erupted. Sea rates from China to the EU are somtimes even higher than by railway nowadays, there are also some heavy delays and long transit time problems.
The all new China-Europe freight train route has been launched at May 18th, 2021 linking Chengdu, Chongqing, Zhengzhou, Wuhan Hubs to almost all the main stations in the EU. After running for over 4 months now, the services has been tested well and can provide a stable railway option to our clients.
Railway stations in EU as below linked with China include:
Malaszewicze, Lodz (Poland)
Tilburg, Amsterdam (Netherlands)
Hamburg, Duisburg, Nürnberg (Germany)
Trains are comming to Europe every week but due to construction in Mala, Poland and strikes in Germany, some schedules have been canceled or delay recently, so the space should be tight in September and October 2021. It is advised to book the space as early as possible.