The Australian Competition Authority proposes an exemption for grain handler at two port terminals (Viterra)

ACCC proposes exemption for two Viterra grain port terminals* The ACCC has today released draft determinations proposing to exempt the services provided by grain handler Viterra at its Port Adelaide Inner Harbour and Outer Harbor facilities from parts of the Port Terminal Access (Bulk Wheat) Code. Viterra applied to be exempt from parts 3 to 6 of the code at all six of its South Australian port terminals; however, the ACCC’s draft determinations do not propose to exempt the company’s Port Lincoln, Wallaroo, Port Giles, and Thevenard facilities. “Although Viterra is the dominant port service provider for South Australia’s bulk grain export market, we’ve formed the preliminary view that an

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Australian Competition Authority, The Australian Competition Authority proposes an exemption for grain handler at two port terminals (Viterra), 6 October 2020, e-Competitions November 2020 - II, Art. N° 97180

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