A container is lifted onto the Daqing - Zeebrugge freight train at the Wolitun Station, Heilongjiang Province. (Photo provided to China News Service)
(ECNS) -- A freight train loaded with 126 vehicles headed for Belgium departed Wolitun Station in Daqing, Heilongjiang Province on Wednesday, indicating the China-Europe (Daqing - Zeebrugge) freight route has resumed normal operations.
The X8031 train will reach Belgium in 18 days.
It is the third China-Europe train from Wolitun Station to resume operations after 2020 Spring Festival.
The coronavirus outbreak led to the suspension or delay of most China-Europe freight trains since late January.