Belgrano Cargas y Logística S.A. (trading name: Trenes Argentinos Cargas)[6][7][8] is an Argentine State-owned company which operates a 15,305 km (9,510 mi) freight rail network that includes Belgrano, Urquiza and San Martín railways.[5][9] It is a subsidiary of the Ferrocarriles Argentinos holding company.

The company is formed by three shareholders, Operadora Ferroviaria Sociedad del Estado and the Administración General de Puertos (General Ports Administration).[10]

It is often erroneously called Belgrano Cargas by the Argentine government and press, despite the freight network encompassing numerous other Argentine railways, of which the General Belgrano Railway is only one.[11]

Railway workers laying track on the Belgrano Railway under the new investment plans.