China has launched a brand new export channel of greens and fruits to Mongolia with 18.5 tons of recent produce transported by way of Ganqmod Port, north China’s Interior Mongolia Autonomous Area, on Monday.
Vehicles carrying 18 varieties of greens and fruits, together with apples, pears, tomatoes and cucumbers, went by the land port in Bayan Nur Metropolis, heading for Mongolia’s South Gobi province the place the demand for agricultural merchandise retains rising as a result of a rising inhabitants in its mining space.
Previously, fruits, greens, and different every day requirements had been transported to Ulan Bator, the capital of Mongolia, by way of Erenhot, the biggest land port on the China-Mongolia border, after which to South Gobi, mentioned Lyu Xiaojun, deputy director of the port administration workplace of Bayan Nur.
The brand new transportation distance is about 1,500 km shorter, serving to cut back prices and hold the freshness of merchandise. Lyu concluded: “With this new platform, our enterprises will be capable of export high-quality fruit and vegetable merchandise, and deepen exchanges and cooperation with Mongolia.”
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