Undertakings given to the ACCC by Londy Pty Ltd trading as Purely Commercials, a dealer of light commercial vehicles in Western Australia concerning misleading representations about a tax benefit that applied to purchasers of vehicles displayed in an advertisement.
PMP Distribution a wholly owned subsidiary of PMP Limited, distributes advertising material, publications and product samples to Australian households, through a network of distributors and deliverers, known as 'walkers' who deliver materials by hand to home letterboxes.
Furniture and Bedding Concepts Ltd, formerly known as Sleep City Holdings Ltd (FBC) is the parent company which owns and operates businesses under the following brand names:
‘Sleep City’, regarding the manufacture, importing and retailing of bedding products; and
‘Everyday Living’, regarding the manufacture, importing and retailing of furniture and home wares.
Janome Australia Pty Ltd (Janome), the wholesaler of Janome branded sewing machines, quilting machines, overlockers and associated products in Australia, and its Managing Director, Mr Toshiya Takayasu have admitted that they engaged in conduct in contravention of section 48 of the Trade Practices Act.
Waverley Woollen Mills Pty Ltd (Waverley), has acknowledged that its "Product of Australia" labelling claims for its own-brand "Waverley Work Wear" jumpers were false and misleading in likely contravention of the Trade Practices Act (TPA).
On 26 May 2009 the ACCC accepted a variation to the s87B undertaking given by Kirin Holdings (Australia) Pty Ltd and National Foods to the ACCC on 24 July 2008.
The variation amends the undertaking to extend the divestiture period to 31 July 2009.