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Perkins Industries Pty Ltd; Perkins Shipping Pty Ltd; and Perkins Properties Pty Ltd (together “Perkins”) have provided a revised Court enforceable undertaking to the ACCC in respect of providing access to wharf facilities at the Port of Gove and maintaining levels of customer service.
Ultimate Engineering Australia Pty Ltd has provided court-enforceable Undertakings to the ACCC after representing that particular woodheaters met with the prescribed standard Australian/New Zealand Standard AS/NZS 4013, when testing revealed that they did not.
Pecan Engineering Pty Ltd has provided court-enforceable Undertakings to the ACCC after representing that particular woodheaters met with the prescribed standard Australian/New Zealand Standard AS/NZS 4013, when testing revealed that they did not.
Clean Air Woodheating Pty Ltd t/as Clean Air Wood Heaters has provided court-enforceable Undertakings to the ACCC after representing that particular woodheaters met with the prescribed standard Australian/New Zealand Standard AS/NZS 4013, when testing revealed that they did not.
A.F. Gason Pty Ltd has provided court-enforceable Undertakings to the ACCC after representing that particular woodheaters met with the prescribed standard Australian/New Zealand Standard AS/NZS 4013, when testing revealed that they did not.
Castworks Pty Ltd has provided court-enforceable Undertakings to the ACCC after representing that particular woodheaters met with the prescribed standard Australian/New Zealand Standard AS/NZS 4013, when testing revealed that they did not.
Dragon Wholesaling Pty Ltd has provided court-enforceable Undertakings to the ACCC after representing that particular woodheaters met with the prescribed standard Australian/New Zealand Standard AS/NZS 4013, when testing revealed that they did not.
Park-Tec Engineering Pty Ltd has provided court-enforceable Undertakings to the ACCC after representing that particular woodheaters met with the prescribed standard Australian/New Zealand Standard AS/NZS 4013, when testing revealed that they did not.
Custom Security Services (CSS) applied upgrades to customers’ security systems in early 2001, which caused security systems to generate opening and closing reports and daily testing. The service was generally unsolicited.