Guangzhou has opened up a new logistics channel for multimodal transport.
Both domestic and foreign goods can fully use the bonded function, hub function and maritime transport advantage of the Nansha bonded port in Guangzhou, and can also directly enjoy the convenience of the Middle European line, and realize " Highway-railway combined transport ", the "seaway-railway combined transport” and "seaway-highway-railway combine transport".
For the first time, the Guangzhou customs exported the bonded goods in the form of " Highway-railway combined transport " through the central European train.
In July 20th, the central and European trains loaded with 41 containers of goods were sailed out of the Dalang railway station in Guangzhou Baiyun District. This line is about to launch its central European tour and complete the more than 10 thousand km and 15 day crossing to Moscow.
It is understood that, unlike previous years, 9 new containers from the Nansha bonded port of Guangzhou were newly joined on this trip. After the customs declaration and released, they were transported to the Dalang railway station in the form of " Highway-railway combined transport " ,including leather goods, shoes and boots, which weighed 61 tons and goods with a value of 1 million 728 thousand euros.
This is the first time that the Guangzhou customs has exported the bonded goods through the central European train pass through the form of " Highway-railway combined transport ".
According to the introduction, under this model, both domestic and foreign goods can fully use the bonded functions, hub functions and maritime advantages of the Guangzhou Nansha bonded port area, and can also directly enjoy the convenience of the Middle European line, and realize the " Highway-railway combined transport ", the "seaway-railway combined transport” and "seaway-highway-railway combine transport".
The model is equivalent to opening up a new logistics channel "One Belt And One Road ".
Take the goods exported from Southeast Asia to Europe as an example, considering the transportation cost, most of the goods will be transported by sea for a long time. Now it can be transported to Nansha, Guangzhou, by highway or sea, then to Dalang Railway Station, and then to Europe by China-Europe train.
The goods in the bonded logistics area are exported to Europe by the way of China-Europe train. Compared with the export of sea, the logistics time can be reduced from 45 days to 15 days from the Middle European line to Europe, and the decline is 67%, which saves a lot of cost.
It is understood that the port office of the Nansha Development Zone, Guangzhou, signed the cooperation framework agreement between the co construction of the Nansha bonded port area and the Dalang station (Central European Union) transit multimodal transport center on the same day with the Dalang station and the central European Union operation unit. The central European line went to Europe to expand the integration of warehousing, distribution and trade in the Nansha free trade port, and jointly build a transit multimodal transport center.
The person in charge of the Guangzhou port office said that by promoting the landing of the trans border multimodal service in China and Europe, it will be beneficial to the realization of the resources integration of the advantages of Guangzhou sea and railway transport. Opening up the Southeast Asian goods in the Nansha bonded port of Guangzhou and then passing through the central European Union to Europe, to play the hub function of the Guangzhou Nansha bonded port area, to join the central European line to develop the sea-rail transport business, and to promote the Guangzhou to provide services for the national trade and trade along the "One Belt And One Road ".
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EXW — Ex Works (named place of delivery) means that a seller’s only responsibility is to make the goods available at his premises (works or factory). The buyer bears the full cost and risk involved in bringing the goods from there to the desired destination.
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