On 30 July 2008, the ACCC accepted ARTC’s Interstate Access Undertaking (IAU). The IAU sets out the principles and processes under which ARTC, as an infrastructure provider of rail, will be obliged to provide access to businesses wishing to run trains on ARTC’s interstate rail network.
The interstate rail network covers the mainline standard gauge track linking Kalgoorlie in Western Australia, Adelaide, Wolseley and Crystal Brook in South Australia, Melbourne and Wodonga in Victoria and Broken Hill, Cootamundra, Albury, Macarthur, Moss Vale, Unanderra, Newcastle (to the Queensland border) and Parkes in New South Wales (NSW).
Living Momentum Pty Ltd has provided court enforceable undertakings to the ACCC after bunk beds that it had imported and supplied to consumers did not comply with the requirements of the mandatory product safety standard.
National Foods proposed the section 87B undertaking (undertaking), in anticipation of ACCC concerns about the impact that the proposed acquisition may have on:
the acquisition of raw milk in central NSW and SA
the NSW and SA markets for the wholesale of fresh white milk
the NSW and SA markets for the wholesale of flavoured milk.
Fairfax Digital Australia and New Zealand Pty Ltd (Fairfax Digital) is the registrant of websites including www.domain.com.au.
During February and March 2008 banner advertisements promoting the Domain mobile phone service were published across Fairfax Digital websites.
On 22 July 2008, the ACCC accepted the undertaking of Kevin Jaffe, a director of Toll Holdings Ltd ('Toll') and/or its related bodies corporate.
Under the undertaking, Kevin Jaffe agrees to sell down any interest he has in Asciano Limited and thereafter maintain his independence from Asciano.
Lincraft Australia Pty Ltd (Lincraft) offered for sale children's bath robes which did not comply with the Children's Nightwear Standard (the standard).
The bath robes were supplied to Lincraft by Cotton Dreams Pty Ltd (Cotton Dreams).
Cotton Dreams Pty Ltd (Cottons Dreams) imported, distributed and supplied children's bath robes to Lincraft Australia Pty Ltd (Lincraft) and through its own clearance store in Sydney which did not comply with the Children's Nightwear Standard (the standard).