Yes, and it wasn`t like a camel train started from China and after some months it arrived to Constantinople. The goods changed hands and were bought and sold several times en route.It is perfectly possible that some silk and possibly other products were transported part of the distance along the silk route in in vehicles pulled by draft animals. I don't know how much travel in wagons instead of on pack animals might have happened or how much that might possibly have transporting porcelain more economic.
Certainly some of the societies along the Silk Road might have considered it desirable to built and maintain actual roads in their sectors of the route for the benefit of traveling merchants, and possibly charging tolls for the use of those roads. But I don't know if that was the case.
They could have used small pieces of silk to wrap up porcelain and that might possibly have been as good as bubble wrap. But I don't know if that was done.
Remember that the total trip took hundreds of days. And if all of the transportation was by pack animals, that means that each pack animal would have to be loaded and unloaded at least once a day and thus at least hundreds of times on the trip. it was easy for a bundle of silk to survive being dropped on the ground hundreds of times. I'm not certain that a package of porcelain could survive being dropped on the ground even once, so possibly porcelain packages might have required more careful handling which would have been more time consuming and expensive.