The train will pass through the Channel Tunnel and then cross seven other countries—France, Belgium, Germany, Poland, Belarus, Russia and Kazakhstan—before reaching its destination on April 27.
The train route is faster than the traditional sea route and is cost-effective compared to air cargo.
The train service has been started as a part of China’s One Belt One Road programme, which aims to revive the ancient Silk Road trading routes with the Western world. (RKS)
Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India
Encouragement from brands will motivate supply chains to become more...
Bridalwear is not about reds and whites anymore
Union budget 2018-19 will have positive impact on apparel industry
Founded in 1953, Italian engineering company Arioli Spa started...
Surat-based Madhusudan Group is a vertically integrated textile...
<div>New Delhi-based Brinjal Designs Pvt Ltd manufactures home furnishing...
Michaela Griggs & Peggy Schulz
Founded in 1929, Barco Uniforms started as an apparel company for beauty...
Mr Hartmann Huth
Trevira GmbH is an innovative European manufacturer of high-value branded...
Justin Chan & Shyam Gollakota
University of Washington
A fabric that can store data without any electronics or batteries has been ...
Tahweave & Garo
Designer Sweta Tantia owns Garo, a couture indutva or ethnicwear brand,...
"We should not compare India and the West. There are things we do that...
Anjali Bhaskar has an experience of 12 years in the fashion industry. She...