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Railway Train station : Duisburg

Duisburg (DUI) Railway Freight Station is one of the important stations in the China-Europe railway freight station and vice versa. The port code is DEDUI. In just a few years, Duisburg has become a railway hub connecting from east and west traffic that cannot be neglected. Railway lines in the surrounding areas penetrate deep into different ports. It is an important hub for inland points in Europe.

Duisburg station connects with 10 major container terminals within a radius of 25 kilometers, with a daily capacity of about 8,000 standard containers.

Railway | Sea Port : Hamburg

Hamburg is a German seaport and major railway hub in Europe. The port serves as an important gateway to Europe for China-Europe train services. Trains depart daily from Hamburg to many major cities in Europe, including Warsaw, Moscow, and Paris.

The Port of Hamburg is the largest seaport in Germany and the second largest container port in Europe. Founded in 1189, it has a history of more than 800 years and has developed into the world’s largest free port. In the center of the free port is the world’s largest storage city with an area of ​​500,000 square meters. It is different from other seaports. Located in the European Community, the European Free Trade Association and the Economic Mutual Association, the center of the European market, making it the most important transit seaport in Europe. It is an important railway and aviation hub in Germany. The urban area crosses the banks of the Elbe River. The city has a vertical and horizontal river channel, multiple bridges, and a cross tunnel at the bottom of the Elbe River. Developed in industry and commerce, it is the center of Germany’s shipbuilding industry. The distribution and berths of the Port of Hamburg: The total area of ​​the Port of Hamburg is 91 square kilometers, of which the land is 44 square kilometers, the water area is 31 square kilometers, and the other 16 square kilometers is a free port area.

The main terminal berths in this port are as follows: Terminal name berth (units) Coastline length (m) Maximum water depth (m) GENERAL & BULK CARGO (bulk, general cargo) 17 3469 14.3 CONTAINER (container) 33 7057 14.5 OIL BERTH (oil terminal) 25 6583 14.2 Hamburg Port Storage Yard and Capacity The open air cargo yard on the Hamburg Port terminal is 820,000 square meters, the cargo shed is 1.05 million square meters, the total oil depot is 3.8 million tons, and the granary capacity is 740,000 tons. Loading and unloading machinery and capabilities: loading and unloading equipment includes various quay cranes, bridge cranes, portable cranes, grab cranes, truck cranes, floating cranes, suction lifts, conveyor belts, forklifts, and ro-ro facilities, among which floating cranes are the largest The lifting capacity is 1200 tons. The efficiency of the suction machine to load and unload grain is 1,300 tons per hour. There is a super-Panamax container loading and unloading bridge at Europa Container Terminal, with a load of 80 tons. The boom extends to a span of 48m outside the shore railway, and can extend 23.5m inward. At a lifting height of 31m, the lifting load is 68 tons.

Railway train station : Nuremberg

Nuremberg is one of the German arrival railway station in China Europe train, the port code is DENUE. It is an important hub for inland points in Europe.

The Nuremberg rail station has a large amount of shipments of about 60,000 TEUs per year and is an important logistics center for southern Germany and eastern Europe.

The railway line from Xian to Nuremberg crosses 5 countries and covers a distance of 7,000 kilometers. The entire journey takes about 14 days, with a total of 29 stops in total and over 9 transit points. The route has been standardized by the UNECE international customs convention and has a safe, efficient, and accurate “green customs” system.

Railway train station : Neuss

Neuss is one of the Germany destination railway stations in the China Europe train and an important hub for inland points in Europe. Its port code is DENUS. The station’s freight yard has a total area of about 60,000 square meters, with a total storage capacity of about 3,800 standard containers. 7 railway tracks are connected to the freight yard, and a dedicated track for loading and unloading is available for trains that pass through Neuss Station.

Sea port : Bremerhaven

Bremerhaven is one of the German sea ports, the port code is DEBHN. The coordinates of Bremerhaven located at latitude: 53.5395845 and longitude 8.5809424. It is an important hub for inland points in Europe.

The port of Bremerhaven is located at the lower reaches of the Weser River in northwestern Germany, about 68nm away from the sea entrance. It is the second largest port in Germany and an important transit port in Europe. The port is about 6km away from the airport. With the deepening of rivers and the development of industry, it has become an important industrial city, a railway hub and a large sea port in northwestern Germany. It is also the second largest port in Germany for importing automobiles and textile materials. It is the world’s only specialized importer of cotton after Kobe, Japan. port. Later, in order to meet the needs of large-scale ships, a new port was established on the right bank of the Weser Estuary, Bremen’s outer port-Bremenerh-Aven. Port area distribution and berths The main terminal berths are as follows: Terminal type berths (units) Shoreline length (m) Maximum water depth (m) BULK CARGO 16 3685 10.2 GENERAL CARGO 14 3170 11.5 CONTAINER 11 2700 11.5 RO/RO (Ro-Ro) 14 2730 8.6 Storage yard and capacity: There is a container yard of about 120,000 square meters on the terminal, an oil storage capacity of about 148,000 tons, a grain storage capacity of about 150,000 tons, and a syrup storage capacity of about 26,000 Ton. The warehouse area is 530,000 square meters, among which NEUSTADTERHAFEN is the most modern terminal in Bremen. It is a multi-purpose terminal responsible for loading and unloading containers, groceries and industrial equipment. Loading and unloading machinery and capacity: loading and unloading equipment includes various shore cranes, gantry cranes, floating cranes, coal loader, special cabin loader, etc. The floating crane has a maximum lifting capacity of 200 tons.

Railway port : Munich

Munich one of the German arrival railway station in China Europe train, the port code is DEMUN. The coordinates of Munich railway station located at latitude: 48.1351253 and longitude 11.5819806. It is an important hub for inland points in Europe.

Munich MUNICH (German: München) is the capital of Bavaria, Germany. Munich is divided into two parts, the old city and the new city, with a total area of ​​310 square kilometers. It is the largest city in southern Germany and the third largest city in Germany (after Berlin and Hamburg). Munich is located on the Isar River at the northern foot of the Alps in southern Germany. It is one of Germany’s main economic, cultural, technological and transportation centers , It is also the center of bioengineering, software and service industries. Munich is Germany’s second largest financial center (after Frankfurt).

Munich International Airport, located 29 kilometers northeast of the city of Munich, is one of the most important airports in Europe. Munich International Airport is the second largest airport in Germany (after Frankfurt International Airport) and the ninth largest airport in Europe. The airport not only provides passenger aircraft transportation, but also air cargo takes up the majority. Air freight transports nearly 114,000 tons per year (a growth of 20.1%), and road freight transports 100,000 tons. In addition, air mail is also available. Up to 23,000 tons, so it can also be called Germany’s second shipping center. It was opened in 1992 and replaced the Munich-Riem Airport, which was used from 1939 to 1992.

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