In July, Tianjin Port completed ore loading for 58 trains, totaling 238,000 tonnes, a year-on-year increase of 4% and a new high of the year, making a new contribution to China Energy’s growth in freight services.
Since the beginning of July, Tianjin Port has continuously optimized its service quality. Alongside China Energy’s “100-day campaign”, it has taken in-depth inspection, rectification and improvement measures to promote special inspections on production safety and build a four-level interconnected inspection mechanism of post self-inspection, team daily inspection, spot check by the safety section, and regular and irregular inspections by the company. Besides, it advances efforts for investigation and rectification of major accidents and potential dangers, pays close attention to key areas and key links, and effectively improves the investigation and rectification of hidden risks. It also carries out on-site safety inspections of electricity consumption, production vehicles, equipment and facilities, firefighting equipment, etc., to ensure full coverage of inspections. Meanwhile, the port organizes high-quality fire emergency drills to improve its employees’ emergency response ability. In terms of production, measures are taken to strengthen communication and coordination with relevant institutions both inside and outside the company, smoothen information transmission channels, and ensure smooth train marshaling. Through accurate planning, it makes early prediction on the ore delivery and transport environment, implements dynamic tracking of vehicle information, and formulates scientific and reasonable operation plans. Through methods such as strengthening on-site control, changing the flat rail car mode, and smoothening the connection of various links, it ensures the efficient operation of the whole process and flexible and differentiated transportation capacity supply, accelerating the operations of ore reloading.