China Railway Corporation

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China Railway Corporation
Native name 中国铁路总公司
Type Government-owned corporation
Industry Rail transport
Rail freight transport
Predecessors Ministry of Railways
Founded 14 March 2013
Headquarters Beijing, China
Area served China
Key people Sheng Guangzu (General manager)
Services passenger rail
freight services
other related services
Total assets CN¥4.663 trillion (2013)
Owners Government of China
State Railways Administration
Employees 2,0456 million (2013)
Divisions Railway operations
Subsidiaries 16 bureaux
5 companies

China Railway Corporation or CR (Chinese: 中国铁路总公司; pinyin: Zhongguo Tielu Zǒnggōngsī) is the national railway operator of the People's Republic of China,[1] under the Ministry of Transport. It previously was part of the now defunct Ministry of Railways.

China Railways operates rail commuter and freight transport via several smaller companies. China Railways previously had its own police force and court system, which was unique among the world's railways.

Bureaux and companies[edit]

There are 16 bureaux and 5 companies under China Railway. As of 2008, approximately 2 million people work in China Railway.

Business Bureau or Company Provinces of operation Regions of operation
Passenger Harbin Railway Bureau Northeastern Inner Mongolia, Heilongjiang Northeast China
Shenyang Railway Bureau Liaoning, Jilin, eastern Inner Mongolia (Hulunbuir),
southern Heilongjiang, northeastern Hebei
Beijing Railway Bureau Beijing, Hebei, Tianjin, western Shandong,
northern Henan, eastern Shanxi
North China
Hohhot Railway Bureau Inner Mongolia
Taiyuan Railway Bureau Shanxi
Jinan Railway Bureau Shandong
Shanghai Railway Bureau Shanghai, Jiangsu, Anhui, Zhejiang East China
Nanchang Railway Bureau Jiangxi, Fujian, parts of Hubei and Hunan Southeast China
Guangzhou Railway Group Co., Ltd. Guangdong, Hunan, Hainan South China
Nanning Railway Bureau Guangxi, western Guangdong
Wuhan Railway Bureau Hubei, southern Henan Central China
Zhengzhou Railway Bureau Henan, Shanxi
Chengdu Railway Bureau Sichuan, Chongqing, Guizhou, parts of Yunnan and Hubei Southwest China
Kunming Railway Bureau Yunnan, parts of Sichuan and Guizhou
Qinghai-Tibet Railway Group Co., Ltd. Tibet
Qinghai Northwest China
Lanzhou Railway Bureau Gansu, Ningxia, parts of Inner Mongolia
Ürümqi Railway Bureau Xinjiang, parts of Gansu
Xi'an Railway Bureau Shaanxi, Sichuan
Freight China Railway Special Cargo Service Co., Ltd.
China Railway Express Co., Ltd.
China Railway Container Transport Co., Ltd.

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "China Railways carry 453 mn passengers Jan-March". Indo Asian News Service. April 8, 2012. Retrieved July 5, 2012. 

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