Mai Wiru Regional Stores Council Aboriginal Corporation - Collective Bargaining Notifications - CB00150 - CB00155

Applicant(s)

  • Mai Wiru Regional Stores Council Aboriginal Corporation

Lodged on behalf of:

  • Amata Anangu Store Aboriginal Corporation
  • Kaltjiti Anangu Store Aboriginal Corporation
  • Murputja Homelands Council
  • Pipalyatjara Patilpa Store Inc
  • Pukatja Supermarket and Associated Stores Aboriginal Corporation
  • Wapa Store Aboriginal Corporation
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Target(s)

TargetNotification numberDate lodged
ABC Transport Pty LtdCB0015007/09/2011
Stuart BakeryCB0015107/09/2011
Independent GrocersCB0015207/09/2011
Central Fruit & Veg WholesalersCB0015307/09/2011
G & R WillsCB0015407/09/2011
Prime Cut MeatsCB0015507/09/2011
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Summary

Mai Wiru Regional Stores Council has lodged collective bargaining notifications on behalf of itself and six regional community stores:
- Amata Anangu Store Aboriginal Corporation
- Kaltjiti Anangu Store Aboriginal Corporation
- Murputja Homelands Council
- Pipalyatjara Patilpa Store Inc
- Pukatja Supermarket and Associated Stores Aboriginal Corporation
- Wapa Store Aboriginal Corporation

Mai Wiru seeks to collectively bargain on behalf of the stores for the procurement of essential grocery and supermarket items to be sold to members of remote indigenous communities within the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara Lands.

Mai Wiru will seek negotiate terms with each of six separate suppliers:
- ABC Transport Pty Ltd - a freight transport company
- Stuart Bakery - supplier of high fibre bread
- Independent Grocers - supplier of variety goods
- Central Fruit & Veg Wholesalers - suppliers of fruit and vegetables
- G & R Wills - suppliers of variety goods, including clothing
- Prime Cut Meats - suppliers of meat products.

Mai Wiru proposes to negotiate:
- product supply terms, including quality
- the price at which items will be offered for sale to the stores
- delivery terms and conditions
- ordering procedures
- reliability and continuity of supply

On 4 October 2011 the ACCC wrote to Mai Wiru Regional Stores Council advising that the ACCC has decided not to take further action with respect to the notifications at this time.