Latin American Railways Association
Association latinoaméricaine des chemins de fer
Asociación Latinoamericana de Ferrocarriles (ALAF)
Associação Latinoamericana de Estradas de Ferro
1964-03-27 Chapadmalal Argentina
Founded 27 Mar 1964, Chapadmalal (Argentina). Statutes adopted 28 Sep 1965, Rio de Janeiro (Brazil). Registered according to Argentinian law.
Ensure regional integration in the field of rail transportation; foster safe, efficient and economic transport by rail; stimulate goods traffic; ensure standardization of material and equipment; obtain coordination and progress of the industry as a means of achieving social and economic integration of the Latin American peoples.
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General Assembly (annual); Consultative Board (meets twice a year); Metropolitan Transport Group. Sectors (2): Technical; Administrative. Technical Secretariat in Buenos Aires (Argentina); north subregional office; regional groups.
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