China news service, Huaihua, Hunan, September 5(Fu Jingyi, Zhang Zhuo) -- as the only ASEAN Freight Assembly Center in Huaihua Province, China has accelerated the construction of international dry ports and created a highland for reform and opening-up in inland areas, from January to August this year, 272 trains were operated, an increase of 209 percent year-on-year, including 233 trains for rail-sea combined transport, 29 trains for china-laos (Laos) and 10 trains for China-vietnam (Vietnam) , totaling 13,610 TEU, the cargo weighs about 382,000 tons and is worth about 1.34 billion yuan (RMB) . Huaihua International Dry Port Development Co. , Ltd. . At present, Huaihua's international dry ports routinely operate cross-border railway trains between China and Laos, China and Vietnam, as well as rail-sea trade routes to Beibu Gulf Port, Zhanjiang port and Nansha port, the proportion of luggage, cassava starch, chemical products, steel and other products has been increasing.
Since the beginning of this year, Huaihua has strengthened its cooperation with the cities (states) of Yueyang to gather goods such as ammonium sulfate and sodium metabisulfite, Xiangtan Steel, Loudi Rice Mill, second-hand cars and chemicals from Zhuzhou at Huaihua international dry port, re-export to Laos, Vietnam, Ghana and other countries. At the same time, we have strengthened our connection with Huaihua's domestic and foreign trade enterprises, and signed international transportation agency agreements with 26 enterprises. “We will step up our efforts in the areas of freight trains, port area modern logistics infrastructure and training of international trade talents,” said Lei Mingxiong, chairman of the supervisory board of Huaihua International Dry Port Development Company Limited, huaihua is opening up as Huaihua's international dry port, promoting the Export-oriented industrialization of Hunan and even central China. In Huitong County, Huaihua, factory workers are producing custom-made bags for European customers. After its first export in April, the company successfully entered the European and US markets via Huaihua's international dry port trains. Mou Xiaofeng, chairman, said the cost of rail freight from Huaihua to Nansha had been cut from RMB9,500 to RMB2,000, giving companies a greater stake in market competition. Published on September 6 in Indonesian Business Daily Chinanews.com Hunan, Fu Jingyi, Zhang Zhuo