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CMA CGM launches four rail services in northern China ports


CMA CGM China has launched four new rail services in northern China, increasing intermodal connections.

These four lines connecting China’s inland cities and northern coastal ports are:

Qiqihar-Dalian Port, Heilongjiang Province

Changchun City, Jilin Province-Dalian Port

Ningxia Yinchuan City-Tianjin Port

Cao County, Shandong Province-Qingdao Port

Including these four new routes, the CMA CGM Group has 14 railway corridors covering 9 provinces and a cross-border railway service to Outer Mongolia. Its railway network is connected to 50 shipping companies in North China, providing customers with global coverage.

CMA CGM also has 18 barge channels in North China, covering the three provinces of Liaoning, Shandong and Hebei. The average barge transit time is 2-3 days.

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