China-Mongolia land port sees robust growth in freight transport
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A crane loads containers at Erenhot Port in North China's Inner Mongolia autonomous region on April 11, 2020. [Photo/Xinhua]
HOHHOT - The land port of Erenhot in North China's Inner Mongolia autonomous region saw the import and export volumes of freight transport increase by 2.2 percent year-on-year in the first two months this year, according to local customs.
The total volumes of freight transport through the port reached about 2.58 million tons during the period, with export volume registering a year-on-year growth of 78.5 percent to 333,000 tons.
"The port's major export products include fruits, daily necessities and electronic products, and the major import products are rapeseed, meat and coal," said Wang Maili, an official with the customs.
The Erenhot Port is the largest land port on the border between China and Mongolia.