China launches two freight trains bound for Budapest, Constanta

Two China-Europe freight trains left Horgos Port in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region on August 7 and 8, with one making the first trip between east China's Hefei City and Budapest, Hungary, and the other making the maiden trip between central China's Wuhan City and Romania's port city Constanta. The 50 containers on the train heading to Budapest are loaded with products such as solar panel components, electric machinery, linear actuators and plush toys. So far, 67 China-Europe train services are passing through Horgos Port, and about 18 China-Europe trains pass through the port every day, with a maximum of 23 trains.

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