China-Europe freight train departs Shanghai as COVID-19 measures eased


The China-Europe Freight Train transport service in Shanghai has resumed its export business on the express line, after the metropolis eased COVID-19 measures that were put in place against a new wave of coronavirus infections.

Carrying 49 containers of mechanical equipment, one train departed Shanghai for Rostov Oblast in Russia. The journey will take 15 to 17 days. As Shanghai prepares for full work resumption, the express line will increase the frequency of trains up to four runs per month seen during before the epidemic.

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Source: Издательский дом Коммерсантъ