HANGZHOU — A new China-Europe freight train route linking the city of Jinhua in East China’s Zhejiang province and Moscow was launched Wednesday.

The train carries 100 TEUs of goods including chemical fiber textiles, toys, auto parts and household items. It is expected to arrive in Moscow in 11 days, passing through Manzhouli in North China’s Inner Mongolian autonomous region, according to the China Railway Shanghai Group Co Ltd.

According to the Jinhua customs, in recent years, the international freight train service in Jinhua covered not only the city itself but also the surrounding areas in Zhejiang, including the cities of Ningbo and Wenzhou.

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