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Title Industry Type Status
LINX Port Adelaide exemption Wheat export Access exemption Finalised
11 October 2017

On 11 October 2017 the ACCC granted exempt service provider status to LINX Cargo Care Group at its Berth 29, Port Adelaide facility. Exempt service providers do not have to comply with Parts 3 to 6 of the Port Terminal Access (Bulk Wheat) Code of Conduct.

Riordan Grain Services Port of Geelong wheat port exemption assessment Wheat export Access exemption Finalised

On 29 May 2017, Riordan Grain Services submitted an application to be exempted from Parts 3 to 6 of the Port Terminal Access (Bulk Wheat) Code of Conduct. The ACCC sought additional information from Riordan Grain Services and a revised application was lodged on 31 May 2017.

Semaphore Port Adelaide wheat port exemption assessment Wheat export Access exemption Finalised

On 27 July 2017, the ACCC released a final determination granting exempt service provider status to Semaphore at its port terminal facility at Osborne Berth 1, Inner Harbour, Port Adelaide . Exempt service providers do not have to comply with Parts 3 to 6 of the Port Terminal Access (Bulk Wheat) Code of Conduct.

Port Kembla wheat ports exemption assessments Wheat export Access exemption Finalised
1 April 2016

A mandatory Code on bulk wheat terminal access commenced on 30 September 2014. The Code regulates bulk wheat port terminal operators to ensure that exporters have fair and transparent access to terminal facilities.The Code allows for regulation to be reduced at ports where appropriate. The ACCC may exempt a port terminal service provider from certain provisions of the Code in relation to a specific port terminal facility.

Patrick Port Adelaide wheat port exemption assesment Wheat export Access exemption Withdrawn
11 October 2017

On 1 April 2016 the ACCC released a final determination granting an exemption to Patrick at its Port Adelaide port terminal facility from Parts 3 to 6 of the Port Terminal Access (Bulk Wheat) Code of Conduct.

Viterra 2015 Wheat export Access determination Finalised
3 December 2015

Viterra is a bulk handling company that operates six bulk wheat port facilities in South Australia.

Viterra's port terminal services are currently regulated by the Port Terminal Access (Bulk Wheat) Code of Conduct (Code). The Code regulates bulk wheat port terminal operators to ensure that exporters have fair and transparent access to terminal facilities.

Port of Brisbane wheat ports exemption assessments Wheat export Access exemption Finalised
24 September 2015

On 24 September 2015 the ACCC released final determinations granting exemptions to both GrainCorp and Queensland Bulk Terminals at their respective bulk wheat port terminals at the Port of Brisbane.

The mandatory Code on bulk wheat terminal access allows for regulation to be reduced at ports where appropriate. The ACCC may exempt a port terminal service provider from certain provisions of the Code in relation to a specific port terminal facility. Exempt service providers do not need to comply with Parts 3 to 6 of the Code.

Bunbury wheat port exemption assessment Wheat export Access exemption Finalised
24 September 2015

On 24 September 2015 the ACCC released a final determination granting an exemption to WAPRES at its Bunbury port terminal facility.

A mandatory Code on bulk wheat terminal access commenced on 30 September 2014. The Code regulates bulk wheat port terminal operators to ensure that exporters have fair and transparent access to terminal facilities. The Code allows for regulation to be reduced at ports where appropriate. The ACCC may exempt a port terminal service provider from certain provisions of the Code in relation to a specific port terminal facility.

Newcastle wheat ports exemptions assessments - NAT and Qube Wheat export Access exemption Finalised
30 July 2015

On 30 July 2015, the ACCC exempted Newcastle Agri Terminal Pty Ltd's and Qube Holdings Limited's respective bulk wheat terminals at the Port of Newcastle under the mandatory Code on bulk wheat terminal access.

The Code commenced on 30 September 2014. It regulates bulk wheat port terminal operators to ensure that exporters have fair and transparent access to terminal facilities.

Victorian wheat ports exemption assessments Wheat export Access exemption Finalised
25 June 2015

A mandatory Code on bulk wheat terminal access commenced on 30 September 2014, replacing the previous access undertakings regime administered by the ACCC. The Code regulates bulk wheat port terminal operators to ensure that exporters have fair and transparent access to terminal facilities.

GrainCorp Newcastle exemption Wheat export Access exemption Finalised
1 October 2014

The ACCC has granted an exemption for GrainCorp’s Carrington terminal at the Port of Newcastle under the new mandatory Code on bulk wheat terminal access.

The Code commenced on 30 September 2014, replacing the previous regime of access undertakings administered by the ACCC. It regulates monopoly bulk wheat port terminal operators to ensure that exporters have fair and transparent access to terminal facilities.

Co-operative Bulk Handling 2011 Wheat export Access undertaking Expired
25 September 2014

On 28 September 2011 the ACCC accepted the 2011 Undertaking provided to the ACCC by CBH on 20 September 2011.

GrainCorp Operations Ltd 2011 Wheat export Access undertaking Expired
25 September 2014

GrainCorp provided the ACCC with a revised Proposed 2011 Undertaking on 31 January 2011 which contains technical amendments to the Undertaking lodged on 22 September 2010.

Co-operative Bulk Handling 2014 Wheat export Access undertaking Withdrawn
9 September 2014

Co-operative Bulk Handling (CBH) is a bulk handling company that operates four bulk wheat port facilities in Western Australia.

On 14 March 2014, CBH lodged a proposed undertaking for its port terminal services with the ACCC for assessment under section 44ZZA of the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (CCA).

 

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