CEVA Logistics North Asia effectively launched a new Wednesday Xiamen block education service from China to Europe. The multimodal (Sea-Rail) transportation mode similarly faucets the capacity of exchange and cooperation of a number of the countries beneath the “Belt and Road Initiative”.
In the southeast of mainland China, Xiamen is a hub city favorably placed for sea and rail transportation. It connects China’s surrounding coastal nations via the Belt and Road to reach the West. Multimodal transport reinforces change and economic increase throughout the region.
Cooperating with Xiamen International Railway Service (MIRS), CEVA Logistics commenced a block teaching all the ways to Duisburg, Germany. With the transit in Xiamen, sea freight consolidated from Asian international locations can take the “Belt and Road” express to the West without problems. “Depending on the starting place towns in Asia, it will take 16-17 days at a minimum to attain the vacation spot in Europe through Xiamen. More block trains could be operated as a call for growth. I am convinced that the international locations and towns alongside the Belt and Road will enjoy the advantage of this seamless transportation mode, which will appeal to different domestic and overseas organizations’ interest in Xiamen,” stated David Wu, General Manager at XMIRS.
“In addition to our day’s setup normal trucking provider between China and Europe, multimodal (Sea-Rail) shipping is any other mode for connecting East and West, which saves more than ten days compared with sea transport alone. We hope to further drive our partnership with XMIRS by commencing new Wednesday block trains and regular Saturday block trains for South China and Asian customers’ opportunity transportation needs. We are convinced that our Xiamen multimodal transport provider will develop and broaden inside the close to destiny,” stated Kelvin Tang, Director of Road and Rail at CEVA Logistics North Asia.