[ZTE's equipment is exported to Central Asia on the China Europe train Chang'an] On May 30, 2023, the departure ceremony of the China Europe Express Chang'an Xi'an Tashkent ZTE Export Special Train and the unveiling ceremony of the "ZTE Xi'an Railway Hub Center" were held at Xi'an International Port Station. In the future, ZTE will use Xi'an International Port Station as the hub of its Central Asian business sector, achieving a larger and more diverse range of ZTE products exported to Central Asia on the Chang'an train. 50 containers loaded with ZTE communication equipment, taking the China Europe Train Chang'an, set off from Xi'an International Port Station by whistling, headed west, passed through Khorgos Port in Xinjiang, and finally arrived in Tashkent, Uzbekistan. The total operating distance of the train is 4667 kilometers, with an estimated transportation time of 10 days. The goods of this train include microwave antennas, base station antennas, fixed line cards, jointless cables, 5G mobile communication base stations, etc. The value of communication equipment exceeds 100 million yuan. Editor/Zhao E
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