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KIRCHHEIM UNTER TECK, Germany: May 28, 2019. German Automotive logistics specialist Mosolf Group is to test the feasibility of exporting finished vehicles by rail between Lodz, Poland and Chengdu, China.

2019 05 Mosolf delegation Chengdu SilkroadThe aim is to enable the existing Chengdu-Euro Express Railway, operating between Qingbaijiang station, Chengdu and Lodz since 2013, to carry finished vehicles by container as it crosses the Chinese border via the Alataw Pass in the province of Xinjiang, through Kazakhstan, Russia and Belarus to Poland.

Mosolf said it has signed agreements covering the renting of operating sites with rail access with the Chengdu Qingbaijiang District People's government on May 24 in Munich (pictured).

The company will provide the pre-carriage delivery by road and rail prior to loading the vehicles with its own staff at its operating site, linked to the Spedcont railway terminal in Lodz.

Spedcont will be responsible for handling and loading the containers via custom racking on to rail wagons, as well as managing the empty containers.

“Customers will benefit from end-to-end quality management, direct links between the railway terminal and the container terminal as well as daily departures on this main line along the New Silk Road between Europe and China,” commented Wolfgang Göbel, Mosolf Group CSO. “Our investments in real estate, facilities, personnel and equipment will continue to promote the Chengdu-Euro Express Railway as the best possible solution for European vehicle manufacturers that wish to export their products to China.”

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