[ASEAN Special Line] The New Western Land-Sea Corridor delivers the first China-Laos cross-border prepared vegetable train

  China News Service, Chongqing, February 24th (Zhang Xu) Nearly 14 tons of prepared vegetables produced in Chongqing Rongchang took the China-Laos train on the New Western Land-Sea Corridor. It set off from Chongqing Tuanjie Village Central Station on the 24th and was sent to Laos, Thailand and other places. .

It is reported that this is the first China-Laos cross-border pre-made vegetable train shipped through the New Western Land-Sea Corridor.

  The prepared dishes transported this time include fish-flavored shredded pork, pickled mustard shredded pork, braised pork head meat, etc., with a value of more than 200,000 yuan.

  As part of the food and agricultural product processing industry, Chongqing's prepared vegetable industry is developing in the direction of specialization, agglomeration, and branding, and accelerating the pace of export sales.

  "We have reached long-term cooperation with local trading companies in Laos." Jiang Lan, the owner of this batch of pre-made dishes and executive deputy general manager of Chongqing Qixin Food Co., Ltd., told reporters that there are many Chinese in Laos and other places, and this batch of pre-made dishes will enter supermarkets etc. to meet customer needs.

  Jiang Lan said that at present, China's domestic prepared vegetable process flow and anti-corrosion and preservation technology are relatively mature, coupled with good taste and stable cold chain transportation technology, providing strong support for the export of prepared vegetables.

  The relevant person in charge of the New Land-Sea Corridor Operations Chongqing Co., Ltd. said that in the next step, it will further promote the normalization of cold chain transportation of China-Laos cross-border trains, give full play to the role of the China-Laos railway as a golden line, and jointly explore import and export trade and logistics cold chain transportation services with enterprises. and other businesses to promote trade circulation and industrial complementarity between China and ASEAN.