The goal of the Port Revival of the Government of Mongolia's New Revival Policy was to gradually connect border ports with railways and paved roads, improve transportation and logistics competitiveness, improve cargo flow, and create the basic conditions for Mongolia to become a transit country in the future.

In order to achieve the objectives listed above, the Ministry of Road and Transport Development is expanding the national railway network and constructing a cross-border port railway.

The Ministry of Road and Transport Development, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Ministry of Economy and Development, the Embassy of Mongolia in Beijing, China and representatives of the railway contractor companies discussed Gashuunsukhait-Gangimaodu, Shiveekhuren-Ceke, Khangi-Mandula, and Bichigt-Zuunkhatavch ports on the Mongolia-China border progress and issues of the railway construction.

Shiveekhuren-Ceke port has a railway extension length standard gauge of 19.3 km and a broad gauge of 30.7 km, and it will be able to transport 10 million tons of freight between 2024 and 2029. The infrastructure, construction of bridges, pipelines, terminal sites, and provision of electricity are all ongoing operations.