In China, the first railroad, which was built to transport coal from the northern to the southern regions and completed in one go, was officially in service.
10 thousand tons of coal-capacity train from Hole Baoji village of Inner Mongolia to Ji'an, Jiangxi province, was officially put into service by China, which completed its construction at once.
The thousand 813 kilometer-long railway passes through the Inner Mongolia Region of China and the Sha'anxi, Shanxi, Henan, Hubei, Hunan and Jiangxi provinces. The project is also the longest heavy-duty railway in the world. The railway is of great importance for transporting coal from the northern to the southern regions and for national energy distribution.