Sino Europe block train are listed on the basis of fixed train numbers and routes, which are listed in the container international railway joint operation between China and Europe and all the other countries along the route.
The Sino Europe and Sino Central Asian block trains are aimed at promoting fast, punctual, safe, stable, green and environmentally friendly means of transport, facilitating trade facilitation between China and Europe and all along the "one belt" along the way. They have become the backbone of Eurasian international logistics and transportation. They are widely praised by the international community and widely welcomed by all countries along the route, and have become important in promoting economic and trade exchanges between China and coastal states. The carrier and the important starting point for the construction of the whole area.
The Sino European block trains from Chongqing, Chengdu, Zhengzhou, Wuhan, Suzhou and Yiwu to major cities such as Germany, Poland and Spain. At present, there are 43 cities in China and 42 cities in 14 countries in Europe.
Since April 2018, 65 special operation lines have been drawn from three major corridors in the West, Middle East and Central Europe, including 46 trips and 19 return trips.
The Southern corridor passes through Alashankou (Horgos) in the central part of China, the Northern Corridor passes through Erlianhot in the north part of China, and the southeastern coastal area of China passes through Manzhouli (Suifenhe) in the northern part.
By the end of April 2019, the cumulative traffic volume of the Sino European block trains has exceeded 12,000 times.
Than Sino Central Asian block trains between China and Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan and other Central Asian countries respectively, from Tianjin, Xi'an, Jinan, Hefei, Lianyungang, Zhengzhou, Wuhan, Jiaozhou, Guangzhou, Chengdu, Lanzhou and other major cities in Central Asia.
Since April 2018, 33 special operation lines for Central Asian shift train have been paved, of which 27 are for trips and 6 are for returns.
The main corridors of the Banquet in Central Asia are Horgos and the Alashankou