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The Wuhan-Lodz route will improve the competitiveness of Chinese goods
On April 23, the first cargo train departed from the Chinese city of Wuhan to the Polish city of одód. Wuhan, the capital of Hubei Province, is a major commercial, industrial and logistics center located in central China, on the banks of the Yangtze River.
The flight Wuhan - Lodz will take 15 days, the railway runs along the new economic belt "Silk Road". Before arriving at its destination, the train will bypass major cities located in the central and northwestern parts of China, Kazakhstan, Russia and Belarus.
Delivery of goods by rail is economically advantageous. Railway transportation is recognized to be faster than sea transportation and less expensive than air transportation. Chinese economists believe that, produced in Wuhan and nearby regions.
The freight train consists of the 41 car, the total amount of goods sent for export is over 12 million dollars. Most of the products are electronics from Hon Hai / Foxconn, the world's largest supplier of electronic products, whose services are used by global brands Apple, Sony and Nokia. Electronics produced at the factory in Wuhan.
The Polish city of Lodz is located in the center of the country, 120 kilometers south-west of Warsaw. It is the center of the Polish electronics industry. According to experts, for electronics manufacturers the main factor is the maximum speed of delivery of the necessary goods. In the electronics industry, time plays a key role. In just one month, the cost of a batch of electronics can depreciate by about two percent, which in terms of price will amount to several tens of thousands of dollars.
The international railway route Wuhan - Xijiang - Europe was launched in October 2012, but the movement of goods was suspended due to problems with customs clearance.