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One Belt and One Road(The 21st Century Silk Road & The Silk Road Ec???????omic Belt)
   One Belt One Road (B & R) initiative has been declared by China President Xi Jin Ping in September and October, 2013 during his official visits to Central Asia and South East Asia. Ever since B & R has been carried out by use of multi or bilateral trade mechanism, and prevailingly efficient multi regi???????al cooperati??????? platforms, it is delivering early results ??????? trade and investment.
Countries al???????g the B & R have c???????gregated as ???????e harm???????ious and integral community of comm??????? interest as well as resp???????sibility, in realms of politics and ec???????omy.??
   China leadership perceived the prol???????ged internati???????al financial disturbances, and the resultant globally ec???????omic slowdown and diversificati???????. Meantime foreign sluggish market demand has further worsened China domestic excess producti??????? capacity. Therefore China decided to take the lead and play as the locomotive, to put forward B & R initiative. B & R was programmed to proceed from ec???????omical then extended to political cooperati???????. In terms of geography, the projects would be initiated from Central Asia, Russia, South East Asia, then Middle East, till Europe. This c???????cept and progressi??????? has been paid off.
   The skelet??????? route of One Belt begins from Xi?an in Northwest China?s Shaanxi province, and stretches west through Urumqi in the Xinjiang Uygur aut???????omous regi??????? to Central. Then it extends to Northern Iran, Iraq, Syria, Turkey, Germany and the Netherlands, before heading to Venice, Italy.
   One Road begins from Quanzhou in East China?s Fujian province, crossing Malacca Strait, Malaysia, Kenya, the Horn of Africa and moves through the Red Sea into Mediterranean, before meeting the land based One Belt in Venice.
   The scope of B & R initiative involves nearly 65 countries, 4.4 billi???????s of populati???????, and the totaling GDP reaches to US$21 trilli???????s.
   ??China-Pakistan ec???????omic corridor? is an outstandingly successful example am???????g those achievements so far, thanks to B & R initiative. To facilitate the projects of cooperati???????, China initiated the plan to set up Asia Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB), invited more than 56 countries to participate with this plan. In additi??????? to that, China President Xi has single-handedly appropriate US$40 billi???????s to set up Silk Road Foundati???????, enabling to foster and expedite dealt projects to be faster and easily accommodated.
   Encouraged by B & R bolding adventure, AWOT took initiatives to provide shippers
with ??the innovative third choice?, besides AWOT?s both proficient air-freight and sea-freight logistics soluti???????s, in the scope of Central Asia, Europe, Russia and South East Asia. There are :
1. Block trains of Euro railways. It serves the cargo from Asia to Central Asia, European
   hinterland and UK, to and fro both lanes.
2. Cross border trucking. It serves the cargo from East and South China, to Vietnam,
   Thailand,Malaysia and Singapore, to and from both lanes.
  Of the choice of Euro Railways, it has been run smoothly and frequently, and thus it provides with 3 block trains per week, departure from Zhengzhou, Suzhou, Yiwu, Wuhan, Changsha, Xiamen, Ch???????gqing, Chengdu; There are three main routes : ???????e reaches Lodz, Poland, as the hub for East Europe and Russia. One reaches Duisburg, Germany, as the hub for West European C???????tinent. The third ???????e reaches L???????d???????, the hub for UK. Its unmatchable service offers door to door services, and accepts full load and less-than-box load (groupage) cargo.
China-Europe Railway?o
China-Europe Cargo Trains?o
CFS Charges at Origin & Destinati????????o
For more informati??????? about China-Europe Railway, Please c???????tact with below pers???????s?o
PIC of China-Europe Railway?o

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