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Chinese high-speed trains offer on-demand delivery to your seat

by Futures Centre, Aug 8
1 minute read

As of July 16th, more than 27 railway stations in China are offering on-demand food delivery to passengers passing through on high-speed trains. The service, offered via an official website or the China Railway app, includes delivery to passengers in their seats aboard trains.  To receive the delivery service, passengers must order at least two hours prior to passing through the station, with a current maximum of 50 meals to be dispensed per train.




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