In Chile, the Antofagasta Railway Company’s (“FCAB”) main business continues to be the transport of copper cathodes from and sulphuric acid to mines in the Antofagasta Region, one of the main copper mining districts in the world. It has benefited in recent years from the new mines and expansions of existing mines. FCAB’s trucking service, Train Ltda., is a key part of FCAB’s bi-modal transport service. Train Ltda.’s main business continues to be the transport of sulphuric acid from transfer terminals operated by FCAB, as well as other supplies such as the transport of quicklime from Inacesa’s cement plant to various mines. In Bolivia, FCAB has a 50% controlling interest in the Ferrocarril Andino, with the remainder held by Bolivian pension funds. The Ferrocarril Andino connects to the Chilean network at Ollague.