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Parcels delivered by high-speed trains after 'Double 11'

2017-11-13 15:49 GMT+8
 
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1 / 5   As an annual challenge for the Chinese logistics industry, courier companies were running at full speed to deliver huge amounts of parcels after the "Double 11" Singles' Day global online shopping spree. /Chinanews Photo 

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2 / 5   Thanks to the world’s fastest trains, as well as the efficient network attached, the cargo service has significantly increased the delivery speed and also eased the logistical bottleneck. /Chinanews Photo

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3 / 5   To ensure the regular order and safety for passengers, Shenzhen North Railway Station in south China’s Guangdong Province has been equipped with sufficient labor power and set special security access as well as routes for parcels. /Chinanews Photo

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4 / 5   Compared with other transportation, high-speed trains have advantages in both price and speed. From Shenzhen to Wuhan, which is more than 1,100 kilometers away, cargo can be delivered in less than five hours by train. /Chinanews Photo

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5 / 5   Also, due to the frequent arrivals and high punctuality, high-speed trains have been used for delivery in 505 cities nationwide since October last year. /Xinhua Photo

 
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