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Xinjiang fruits are shipped directly to Central Asia via cold chain trucks for the first time, with the travel time reduced to 12 hours

Published May 18, 2024

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Xinjiang has started the direct delivery of fruits and vegetables to Almaty, Kazakhstan, using Kahang cold chain transport. This is the first use of Kahang for cold chain delivery to the Central Asian market and is expected to significantly reduce customs clearance time and transportation costs. The customs department has set up a special window for the immediate declaration, inspection, and release of cold chain goods and fruit and vegetable products. The transit time has been reduced by about 50%, which is expected to reduce commodity loss and improve door-to-door transportation.
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On May 11, several Kahang cold chain transport vehicles loaded with Xinjiang fruits departed from Xinjiang's largest fruit and vegetable wholesale market and went directly to Almaty, Kazakhstan. This is the first time that Xinjiang has realized the direct delivery of fruit and vegetable cold chain Kahang to the Central Asian market. According to the "International Road Transport Convention", goods depart from the shipping warehouse through Kahang and enter the warehouse at the destination. In principle, customs along the way do not inspect or unpack, which can greatly save customs clearance time and transportation costs. Therefore, Kahang is also known as the "fourth logistics channel" after air transport, sea transport, and rail transport. The customs department has set up a special window for agricultural and sideline products in Wuchang Customs to realize immediate declaration, inspection, and release of cold chain goods and fruit and vegetable products. And using the "highway ...
Source: Guojiguoshu
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