Traditional shipping route:
Starting from the major Coastal ports of China, such as Shenzhen, Guangzhou, Xiamen, Ningbo, Shanghai, Qingdao, Tianjin, Dalian, etc., first go southwest, pass through the Strait of Malacca, and then westward across the Indian Ocean, reach the Gulf of Aden, enter the Red Sea, pass through the Suez Canal, and reach Mediterranean coastal countries such as Greece, Italy, France, Spain, etc. Through the Strait of Gibraltar, to Britain, Germany, Nordic countries and so on.
The railway transport line of the New Eurasian Continental Bridge:
Starting from the major node cities such as Lianyungang, Xuzhou, Zhengzhou, Xi’an, Lanzhou and Urumqi in China, all the way to the west, to the Alashan pass on the border of China, into Kazakhstan, and then through Russia, Belarus, Poland, Germany, and finally to the destination-the port of Rotterdam in the Netherlands.
Air cargo transport routes:
Including direct flights from China to Germany(such as Beijing to Hamburg, Shenzhen to Leipzig, Guangzhou to Frankfurt), and transit flights through the Middle East (such as Shenzhen to Madrid, transit in Dubai in the Middle East, carried by Emirates; Xiamen to Hamburg, transit in Qatar in the Middle East, carried by Qatar Airlines).
Note: the above modes of transportation from China to Germany or European countries, are applicable to different goods. Sea transportation is generally suitable for transporting goods with large quantities and low value; railways are generally suitable for transporting goods in large quantities, especially those that can be transported in containers; and air transport is generally suitable for goods with small batches and high value. Urgent or perishable goods.