The most suitable goods for shipping by train are high-value ones that take up little space.
Thanks to the significantly shorter delivery times, the train route has resulted in a faster time-to-market, increased flexibility, lower storage costs, and, in turn, less tied-up capital. The train can also provide a cheaper transport solution, especially with smaller quantities of high-value goods. Companies should look into whether the New Silk Road is a viable alternative for their needs from the Far East. As framework conditions can change, e.g. due to the planned reduction of subsidies, it is important to review transport choices at regular intervals