Denmark joins the Scandinavian rail-sea link to China

Bell Tower (DongLui) in Xi'an

On 6 March, the first China-Europe train departed Xi’an, headed for Denmark. The service includes a sea leg, covering the Baltic Sea from the Russian port of Kaliningrad to the Danish port of Fredericia. The train is fully loaded with goods from SW Motor Company.

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Author: Steven Don

2 comments op “Denmark joins the Scandinavian rail-sea link to China”

Przemek Myszka|09.03.21|13:04

Excuse me, but Fredericia surely handles more than 7.9 tonnes a year. 😉 With love from the Baltic! 🙂

Huilin Shi|09.03.21|16:10

Hi,sorry for the mistake. it should be 7.9 million tonnes. the English translation in the website of port of Fredericia was wrong.

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