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EFE (Empresa de los Ferrocarriles del Estado S.A.)


EFE - Empresa de los Ferrocarriles del Estado S.A.

Chile's state-owned railway firm EFE ("Empresa de los Ferrocarriles del Estado") was formed in 1990, when former President Patricio Aylwin signed a train law, which created a new, revamped company to base its decisions on economic sustainability. EFE operates the Metrotrén light rail service between Chile's capital Santiago and San Fernando city in Region VI and has railway services from Santiago to Chillán, Talcahuano, Temuco and Talca. The latter connects to Constitución, while Talcahuano connects to Hualqui and Renaico. The company has four subsidiaries: Metro Regional de Valparaíso, Trenes Metropolitanos, Servicio de Trenes Regionales Terra, and Ferrocarriles Suburbanos de Concepción. EFE is based in Santiago, Chile.

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EFE Data and Contacts

Name: EFE
Address: Morandé 115, Piso 7
City: Santiago,Región Metropolitana
Country: Chile
Phone number: 56-2-25855050
Fax: 56-2-25855555
Sector: Infrastructure
Subsectors: Logistics

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