Wheat export

The Port Terminal Access (Bulk Wheat) Code of Conduct, which came into effect on 30 September 2014, regulates the conduct of bulk wheat port terminal operators. The ACCC enforces the Code and also performs specific Code-prescribed functions (exemption assessments and capacity allocation system approvals). The ACCC’s current role replaces its previous function of assessing Part IIIA access undertakings provided pursuant to the now-repealed Wheat Export Marketing Act 2008 (Cth).

Projects

Title Type Status
Cargill Port Adelaide wheat port exemption assessment Access exemption Finalised

On 30 October 2019, Cargill provided a written application to the ACCC seeking to be determined an exempt service provider of port terminal services provided by means of its port terminal facility at Port Adelaide, South Australia.

Viterra wheat port exemption assessment Access exemption Under assessment

On 2 July 2019, Viterra provided a written application to the ACCC seeking to be determined an exempt service provider of port terminal services provided by means of all six of their port terminal facilities located in South Australia.

LINX Port Adelaide exemption Access exemption Finalised
21 May 2020

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.

T-Ports Lucky Bay wheat port exemption assessment Access exemption Finalised
3 April 2020

On 28 March 2019, T-Ports provided a written application to the ACCC seeking to be determined an exempt service provider of port terminal services provided by means of its port terminal facility, which is currently being developed at Lucky Bay on South Australia’s Eyre Peninsula.

Riordan Grain Services Port of Portland wheat port exemption assessment Access exemption Finalised
31 March 2020

On 26 October 2018 the ACCC released an Issues Paper to commence a public consultation process on the application submitted by Riordan Grain Services. Submissions are due by 16 November 2018.

GrainCorp Port of Portland wheat port exemption assessment Access exemption Finalised

On 29 November 2018, GrainCorp provided a written application to the ACCC seeking to be determined an exempt service provider of port terminal services provided by means of its port terminal facility at the Port of Portland in Victoria.

On 20 December 2019 GrainCorp requested to withdraw its application for exemption in relation to its Portland port terminal facility.

Riordan Grain Services Port of Geelong wheat port exemption assessment Access exemption Finalised
28 July 2017

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 Access exemption Finalised
28 July 2017

On 28 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.

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