Sea-rail intermodal freight train leaves from Zhengzhou to restore regular operation

02.19.2020

A sea-rail intermodal train waits for departure at the Zhengzhou terminal

The text of the news was taken from a English-language source: XINHUANET

A sea-rail intermodal freight train waits for departure at the Zhengzhou terminal of China Railway Intermodal in Zhengzhou, central China’s Henan Province, Feb. 19, 2020. The sea-rail intermodal freight train, loaded with 35 sets of containers, left from Zhengzhou terminal of China Railway Intermodal in Henan to Qingdao port of Shandong on Wednesday, making the restoration of its regular operation after the Chinese Spring Festival of 2020. (Xinhua/Li An)

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