BEIJING, Sept. 2 (Xinhua) - China's train exportation towards Kazakhstan are picking up speed, as a Chinese company sold another train with 50 EM70-type carriages this week to the central Asia country, said an official statement Sunday.
The statement posted on the website of Ministry of Railways said that a subsidiary of China CNR Corporation Limited, one of the country's two major train makers, has sold a total of eight trains with 400 EM70 carriages to Kazakhstan during the last two weeks.
The company's train exports to Kazakhstan will add up to 2,000 carriages this year, according to the statement, adding that all these carriages were made in northeast China's city of Harbin.
EM70 is a new type of train carriage specially designed for cargo transportation with hopper door.
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