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The GTA Annual Report is now available
The Australian Grain Industry Code of Practice has been developed to promote the use of best management practice by all industry participants throughout the supply chain.
The new GTA Trade Rules have been approved by the GTA Board and will take effect on 1 October 2012.
3 September 2012

 

"Cooperation across all sectors of the Australian grain industry has been a feature of the activities of the Port Access Code of Conduct Development Committee (CDC)," said the Committee Chairman, Mr Tom Keene.

In February 2012, industry formed the CDC to facilitate the development of a port access Code of Conduct. The development of a Code is in line with recommendations of the Productivity Committee, and the government’s response.

4 July 2012

 

Grain Trade Australia (GTA) is proposing that a voluntary levy on grain exports be introduced to fund post farm-gate grain industry development functions and has released a discussion paper on the issue.

GTA has released a discussion paper regarding the future funding of industry development functions. It seeks industry and government feedback by 3 Aug 2012.
The GTA Professional Development program and registration form is now available for semester two. Registrations for the 2012 assessments are also available by following this link.
GTA is looking for interesting photos with a strong focus on grain.The top 20 entries will be selected and displayed at the Australian Grains Industry Conference in Melbourne.
26 June 2012

 

The Chair of the Port Access Code of Conduct Development Committee (CDC), Mr Tom Keene, announced the CDC has agreed, in-principle, to provide additional grain stocks data to the market should a Voluntary Code of Conduct be agreed by the industry.

A specialist workshop for grain industry advisers requiring structured training hours.

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