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While rail freight services between China and Europe have been used for some time, they are now beginning to pick up pace, with Kazakhstan expecting to see 7.5 million 40 foot containers pass through the country by 2020, as opposed to just 2,500 last year. This thorough and interesting article from the New York Times, which focuses on Hewlett Packard’s supply chain, notes that the majority of this growth will come from air freight’s market share.

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