"In 2011, it was one of the last adventures in rail. We were launching the first train between the BMW plant in Leipzig and Shenyang [North-East China]. Today, we do it on an everyday basis, in both directions," covering nearly 22,000 km. For Hans-Georg Werner, of the German group DB Schenker Rail AG, "it's routine". It also saves time, because by train, containers reach their destination twice as fast as by sea, admittedly at a higher price. But to deliver,…