ITL Park to build China's largest inland port
In 2020, Xi'an International Trade and Logistics (ITL) Park will learn from the successful experience of Shenzhen in South China's Guangdong province and accelerate the construction of China's largest inland port.
The park will further deepen cooperation with railway departments, State-owned enterprises and coastal ports, and strive to build the largest inland international transit hub port on the Belt and Road, according to a senior official at ITL Park.
"Xi'an International Trade and Logistics (ITL) Park will fully implement the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) to ensure the completion of annual tasks, contributing to the high-quality development of Xi'an,” said Sun Yimin, director of the park's management committee.
In 2019, the China-Europe Chang'an freight train made 2,133 trips, ranking first in the country for high-quality operation, and the throughput of finished vehicles, food and meat products in ITL Park also ranked first in the country.
The park will also promote the gathering and development of bulk commodities, e-commerce industries, convention and exhibition culture, and sports and fashion industries, to cultivate a special industry system.
Sun said the park will make every effort to build a modern international demonstration area with high-level construction and high-standard management.