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Cargo train on Ferrocarril General Manuel Belgrano in Salta in 1993. (Photo taken before privatisation) Belgrano Cargas S.A. is a company which operates a 10,841 km (6,736 mi) 1,000 mm (3 ft 3 3⁄8 in)  gauge freight rail network in Argentina, built by the state-owned Ferrocarril Central Norte and the French-owned Ferrocarril Provincial de Santa Fe, which became part of Ferrocarril General Manuel Belgrano after railway nationisation in 1948. The network extends through the provinces of Buenos Aires, Santa Fe, Córdoba, Mendoza, Santiago del Estero, San Juan, La Rioja, Catamarca, Tucumán, Chaco, Formosa, Salta and Jujuy, operates 120 locomotives and 3,500 railway cars, and employs 1,500 workers, whose jobs are guaranteed by the government. In 2007, it transported nearly one million tons of merchandise. As part of a national railway privatisation plan, carried out under the presidency of Carlos Menem from 1999, a 30 year concession to operate the network was granted to the union of railway workers, Unión Ferroviario (51%), and Laguna Paiva (48%), an industrial cooperative, on 16 November 1999. The government retained a 1% golden share and the right to elect one director. Following problems with the concession it was decided to reprivatise the network in 2004, with 79% of the company remaining in private hands, 20% going to the Unión Ferroviario and 1% retained by the state. References Belgrano Concession Signed, International Railway Journal, Sept. 1999.. External links Argentine Government Web-site. Network map. v · d · eRailway Companies in Argentina British-owned Argentine Great Western · Argentine North Eastern · Argentine North Western · Argentine Transandine Railway Company · Bahía Blanca & North Western · Buenos Aires & Campana · Buenos Aires & Ensenada Port · Buenos Aires Great Southern · Buenos Aires Midland · Buenos Aires Northern · Buenos Aires & Pacific · Buenos Aires & Rosario · Buenos Aires & San Fernando · Buenos Aires Western · Central Argentine · Central Chubut  · Córdoba Central · Córdoba North Western · Córdoba & Rosario · East Argentine · Entre Ríos · La Boca and Barracas Railway · Rafaela Steam Tramway · Santa Fe & Córdoba Great Southern · Santa Fe Western · Villa María & Rufino French-owned Compañía General en la Provincia de Buenos Aires · Provincial de Santa Fe · Rosario y Puerto Belgrano · San Cristobal a Tucumán State-owned Pre-1948 Andino · Argentino del Norte · Central de Buenos Aires · Central Entrerriano · Central Norte  · Central Chubut Railway  · Córdoba Central · Córdoba North Western Railway · Oeste · Patagónicos · Primer Entrerriano · Provincial de Buenos Aires · Provincial del Puerto de La Plata al Meridiano V · Provincial de Santa Fe · Rural de la Provincia de Buenos Aires · Tranvia Rural State-owned Post-1948 FEMESA · Ferrocarriles Argentinos · Domingo Faustino Sarmiento · General Bartolomé Mitre · General Manuel Belgrano · General Roca · General San Martín · General Urquiza · Nacional Provincia de Buenos Aires Privatised Post-1992 ALL Central · ALL Mesopotámico · América Latina Logística · Austral Fueguino · Belgrano Cargas · Buenos Aires al Pacifico San Martin · Chaco · Córdoba Central · Ferrobaires · Ferrocentral · Ferroexpreso Pampeano · Ferrosur Roca · Ferrovías · Mediterráneos · Mesopotámico General Urquiza · Metropolitano · Metrovías · Nuevo Central Argentino · Patagónico · Trenes de Buenos Aires · Tren de la Costa · Tren a las Nubes · Trenes Especiales Argentinos · Tucumán · UEPFP · UGOFE · Viejo Expreso Patagónico