06 Oct Sct Logistics Enterprise Agreement
SCT had a clientele that wanted to keep its use, so a number of surplus carriages were purchased and hook and pull agreements were made with V/Line Freight (Melbourne to Adelaide) and Australian National (Adelaide to Perth) to pull the trains.  In July 1995, SCT recorded a weekly custom from Melbourne to Perth.   The first service terminals were at Dynon in Melbourne, Keswick in Adelaide and Kewdale in Perth. These were later replaced by specially built facilities in Laverton North, Penfield and Forrestfield. . In October 2000, Freight Australia was commissioned to reload the routes between Melbourne and Perth with G-Class locomotives and tankers specially equipped to fill them en route. Crew cars were also introduced for subsequent on-board staff on the long journey through the Zérorbor level.   The company also owned and operated its own yard locomotives at its terminals.  In November 2006, SCT began operating trains from a new terminal in Parkes, New South Wales, perth. . Genesee &Wyoming Australia Rail Operations EA 2019 – 2023 In September 2010, Specialized Bulk Rail was established as a subsidiary to transport iron ore from the Cairn Hill mine, Coober Pedy to Outer Harbor for IMX Resources.  Pacific National Intermodal Terminal Operations EA 2019 – 2022 Pacific National Asset and Infrastructure Services EA 2019 – 2022 SCT Logistics (Specialized Container Transport) is an Australian intergovernmental carrier that operates rail and road transport with sites in Brisbane, Sydney, Parkes, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth.  The company was founded in 1974.
 In the mid-1990s, National Rail decided to stop using refrigerated trucks, pickup trucks and vans on their trains. At the same time, Australia`s rail network was opened to allow private operators to use public railways. Commissioner for Infrastructure EA 2019 – 2021. SCT Logistics (Penfield Shunting Operations) EA 2019 – 2021 UGL Rail – Adelaide Parklands Maintenance Centre (APMC) EA 2019 – 2022 In February 2010, SCT Logistics began operating a line from Melbourne to Brisbane. . In February 2007, SCT purchased nine Class G locomotives and leased three NR class locomotives from Pacific National until the SCT locomotive fleet was delivered.    The objective was to comply with a commitment from the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission that Toll Holdings had made in connection with the acquisition of control of Pacific National.  SCT Logistics` operational locomotive fleet consists of: Australian Rail Track Corporation SA/WA Infrastructure Maintenance EA 2018 – 21.
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