Myer Pty Ltd supplied the Bloc and Stone ranges of sunglasses which did not comply with the labelling requirements specified in the mandatory consumer product safety standard for sunglasses based on AS/NZS 1067:2003 Sunglasses and fashion spectacles (Sunglasses Standard).
On 19 December 2007, the ACCC accepted the undertaking of Mr Frank Ford, a director of Toll Holdings Ltd and/or its related bodies corporate.
Under the undertaking, Frank Ford agrees to sell down any interest he has in Asciano Limited and thereafter maintain his independence from Asciano.
Platinum Menswear made false representations during a ‘buy one get one free’ advertising campaign, by representing that Studio Italia suits, the object of the promotion, were ‘Australian Made’ or ‘Australian’ when a number of the suits offered for sale were made in China.
Tasman Sheepskin Tannery Pty Ltd (TST) is a manufacturer and supplier of medical sheepskins used as bed or chair underlays in order to distribute and relieve pressure so as to prevent the onset of pressure sores in immobile patients.
AFWM Pty Ltd trading as Cosmetics Plus (Cosmetics Plus) is a retailer of sunglasses and fashion spectacles which it retails throughout Australia. Cosmetics Plus retailed a number of sunglasses and fashion spectacles which it admitted did not comply with the labelling requirements of the mandatory product safety standard.
iSelect Health Pty Ltd recommends health insurance policies to the Australian public via an online search engine on its website as well as through its call centre. It can arrange for consumers to purchase a policy which it recommends. iSelect receives commissions from insurance companies in respect of the policies that it arranges for consumers to purchase.
On 25 October the ACCC accepted a section 87B undertaking from Symbion Health Limited (Symbion) in relation to Healthscope Limited's (Healthscope's) revised proposal to acquire Symbion's pathology, diagnostic imaging and medical centres businesses (revised proposal).
Cinnamon Bear is a garment importer and distributor, supplying retailers throughout Australia.
Recently, Cinnamon Bear supplied a number of Babylicious baby sleeping bags in Australia that had a fire hazard warning label attached that did not comply with the relevant mandatory product safety standard for children's nightwear AS/NZA 1249:2003.