Xi’an launches new China-Europe mail train service to Poland

Xi'an launches new china-europe mail train service to poland

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A new mail train route to Poland opened on September 16 in Xi’an, the capital city of northwest China’s Shaanxi Province. The first Chang’an China-Europe mail train loaded with international letters and packages departed from Xi’an and is expected to arrive in Malaszewicz, Poland, 12 days later. Upon the arrival of the train, the mail on board will be transferred to other European countries by Poland Post and then delivered by local couriers. The launch of the new mail train route will further diversify the Chang’an China-Europe train services.

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