Chilean cargo rail operator Ferrocarriles del Pacífico (Fepasa) is engaged in the provision of railroad transportation services. The company transports cellulose, copper, agricultural products, containers, steel, cement, mineral bulk, chemicals, fuel, coal, and other products. Fepasa was formed in 1993 when Chile's state rail company EFE divided its cargo and passenger transport business areas. The cargo operator's infrastructure includes a 1,722km freight network from central region V to southern region X. Rolling stock includes 69 engines and over 2,000 rail cars. Chilean private port Puerto Ventanas, a unit of local conglomerate Sigdo Koppers, controls the company. Fepasa was founded in 1993 and is based in Santiago, Chile.