SCT actually has a third youtube clip going back to September that has its CEO outlining their forward plans at a function they hosted to a large gathering of people in freight and logistics. It's very clear after Aurizon gave them the heave ho about 12 months ago that they would no longer accommodate SCT's rake of vans that SCT saw this as being much the same challenge as it was when National Rail did the same thing on the East-west corridor and the youtube clips make that very clear so we can expect SCT to be very aggressive in making a go of things on the north-south.Great - bring it on and good luck to SCT!!
In fact the CEO says that SCT usually keep their plans very close to their chest but have deliberately chosen to be very much out there promoting their new Brisbane service. The fact they have recently appointed a GM just for Port business says they will play very strongly in that area as well.
2017 is going to be an interesting year for the north-south corridor with both a new major player plus grain running heavy thanks to both a big harvest and SSR further investing in locos and rollingstock for grain.