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Future Freight Networks : Yearbook 2013
49 FUTURE FREIGHT NETWORKS 2013 COMPANY PROFILE SCT is the only fully integrated freight forwarder in Australia, utilising the most technologically advanced equipment, which is also environmentally friendly. With close to a 40-year history of challenging the boundaries of conventional thinking, they have a reputation as a company that sets the benchmark for the transport industry in Australia. Having now entered the bulk rail market through Specialised Bulk Rail, SCT is also servicing the needs of the mining and resource sector. SCT has built and operates world- class rail terminals in Melbourne, Perth, and Parkes, New South Wales. They have recently commenced operations in a new state-of-the-art rail freight centre in Pen eld, South Australia, and land has been acquired in Bromelton, Queensland, for future rail terminal development. With some of the most up-to-date and ef cient locomotives and rolling stock in Australia, SCT ensures the right equipment for the right freight task, resulting in improved value, exibility and ef ciency for customers. SCT's transport model makes them an operator capable of innovative solutions for a variety of freight tasks. SCT is now running its newest locomotives, which were built in conjunction with CSR Ziyang and MTU Germany. The locomotives emit less carbon than any other locomotives in Australia, and are built in accordance with Australian Standards and are the only locomotive that complies with New South Wales EPA requirements. SCT has been pleased with the performance of the new locomotives, with noise, ride and speed assessments to date proving to be outstanding. Challenging conventional thinking