Logistics improvements boost transportation and profits

Updated: 2019-01-30

  In September, a train carrying porcelain and tea pulled out of the railway station in Jingdezhen, Jiangxi province, headed for Moscow in Russia. It marked the first time Chinese porcelain had been sent overseas on a China-Europe freight train. The train, which carried 43 containers packed with $3 million worth of products, arrived in Moscow 14 days later, having covered 10,257 kilometers. 

  The rail line greatly shortens the journey time, is much safer than road transportation and reduces costs for logistics companies, Chen Weihong, master of Jingdezhen Railway Station, told China National Radio. 

  In December 2017, Mei Yi, mayor of Jingdezhen, stated in the local government's Work Report that the city would apply an Internet Plus strategy for the development of its porcelain industry. 

  Source: China Daily

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