Awesome Water has been selling water coolers across Australia since 2003. Initially Awesome Water entered into delivery agreements with contractors to deliver water coolers in designated areas.
In 2006 Awesome Water restructured its business and established a franchise system for the purpose of delivering, servicing and repairing water coolers across Australia.
Mildon Pty Ltd, trading as Challenge International (Aust) (Challenge International) is an importer of cosmetic products which it supplies to wholesalers and retail outlets throughout Australia.
During the period from March 2003 to October 2008, Challenge International supplied a range of toothpaste and mouthwash products under the Tri Leaf and Natural Bliss brand names.
Creswick Woollen Mills Pty Ltd (Creswick), supplier of Creswick brand merino wool blankets, has acknowledged the ACCC's view that its "Australian Made" packaging and labelling claims for its merino wool blankets, including its display of the official Australian Made logo, were false and misleading in contravention of the Trade Practices Act (TPA).
Jayco Corporation Pty Ltd (Jayco) is a manufacturer of caravans.
Between July and September 2007 Jayco supplied certain vehicle jacks with its caravans (the jacks) that were not marked with their nominated capacity and which included the statement; 'Complies with AS/NZS 2693:2007'.
Jeune International Pty Ltd has admitted to improperly using the Australian Made Campaign Limited (AMCL) "Australia Made" logo in the supply of cosmetic products to retail outlets throughout Australia and overseas, without obtaining certification from the AMCL do so.
Sleep City Holdings Limited, an importer and retailer of bedroom furniture, has acknowledged engaging in conduct that contravened section 65C of the Trade Practices Act by selling the 'Jessie' (in single and study form), 'London' and 'Trio' models of bunk beds which contravened the mandatory product safety standard.
Fantastic Furniture Pty Ltd, an importer and retailer of bedroom furniture, has acknowledged that it has contravened s65C of the Trade Practices Act due to its product, the 'Mikki high sleeper' bunk bed, not meeting the requirements of the mandatory standard for bunk beds.