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Vietnam: Depart the intermodal train carrying agricultural products from Song Than station to China

China
Vietnam
Supply Chain Management
Market & Price Trends
Published Feb 23, 2024

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An intermodal train carrying agricultural products for export to China has left Song Than station in Vietnam. The train, consisting of 21 wagons and 9 refrigerated containers, will reach Zhengzhou, China in approximately 9 to 10 days. The goods are collected from Binh Duong and nearby provinces and transported to stations in Hanoi, before being transferred to international intermodal trains to China. The railway industry plans to run these international intermodal trains weekly. The Ministry of Transport is also planning to upgrade and renovate Song Than station to increase its capacity to 3.5 million tons/year by 2025-2030.
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Source: nhandan.vn The intermodal train transporting agricultural products for export to China rolled out from Song Than station on the afternoon of February 21 The container train transports all agricultural goods exported to China, including 21 wagons; Among them, there are 9 refrigerated containers carrying fruits and food. The estimated time from Song Than station to Zhengzhou is 9 to 10 days. After goods from Binh Duong and neighboring provinces have been gathered at Song Than station, they will be transported to Yen Vien and Giap Bat stations (Hanoi), then transferred to international intermodal trains to China. and transit through third countries (Russia, Mongolia, Central Asia and Europe) through Dong Dang border gate (Lang Son province) and Lao Cai border gate (Lao Cai province). In the immediate future, the railway industry will organize international intermodal trains once a week. Mr. Hoang Gia Khanh, General Director of Vietnam Railway Corporation, said that Vietnam ...
Source: AgroInfo.vn
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