The Railway Networks in China

- Oct 07, 2018 -

The Railway Networks in China



China’s rail network, with a route length of over 100,000km, ranks as the second biggest rail network in the world. The extensive network, operated by state-owned China Railway Corporation, carried 2.08 billion passengers (the second highest after Indian Railways) and 3.22 billion tonnes of freight (the second highest after the US railway network) in 2013.

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Rail is the principal mode of transport in China. The country’s rail network consists of over 90,000km of conventional rail routes and approximately 10,000km of high-speed lines. The total rail network of the country is targeted to exceed 270,000km by 2050.

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The rapid expansion of China’s high-speed rail network in recent years makes it by far the largest in the world. The 2,298km Beijing – Guangzhou high speed line is the world’s longest high-speed railway line. The total length of China’s high-speed rail network is projected to reach 50,000km by 2020.

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Jinzhou Tiegong Railway Maintenance Machinery Co., Ltd. is located in No. 837, Xingshan Town, ETDZ, Jinzhou City, Liaoning Province, China. The company was established in 1992, with registered capital RMB 50,000,000. It’s an ISO9001 certified leading manufacture of various types of railway equipment.

With a good initiative of One Belt One Road in our country, we are interested in expanding our business We are constantly looking for opportunities to establish new business relationships with companies all over the world and we are doing our utmost to supply them the products with high quality, reasonable price and superior services. 


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