First Batch Of Wheat From Kazakhstan Arrives In Lianyungang Port
A train carrying 720 tons of wheat from Kazakhstan arrives in Lianyungang Port in Lianyungang, east China’s Jiangsu Province, Feb. 5, 2017.
On February 5, the first batch of Kazakh grain was shipped via Lianyungang port (China) to the port in Ho Chi Minh city (Vietnam), the national railway company said Monday.
Pilot shipping of grain was implemented by the Kazakhstan Temir Zholy subsidiary, KTZ Express, together with the Chinese-Kazakhstan international logistics company of Lianyungang city.
In January, more than 700 tons of Kazakh grain in 32 containers were sent from the railway station Zhaltyr to the port of Ho Chi Minh city via the port of Lianyungang. In this regard, Lianyungang port held a ceremony.
The sea port of Lianyungang is one of the largest ports in the world and is connected by direct rail links with China.
Transport and logistics terminal in the port of Lianyungang is a joint venture of GC Lianyungang Port and KTZ Express.