Northeast China opens a new cargo railway for Panjin port
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NORTHEAST China's Liaoning province has opened a new cargo railway for Panjin port, the nearest coastal marine outlet for northeast inland, reports Xinhua.
The five-station railway is 48.4 kilometres long and costs CNY2 billion (US$315 million), which is designed to accommodate an annual transport capacity of 20 million tonnes. It is the first railway operated by the local Panjin government.
Panjin port started to operate in September 2010, serving as the nearest port to central Liaoning and northeast area. With a throughput of over 100 million tonnes, its port area occupies 40 square kilometres and is equipped with 60 berths to handle 50,000 tonnes of cargo.
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