We’re hiring!

We’re hiring!

Membership Relationship Officer (MRO) Two unique opportunities have arisen to join AMIC as a Member Relationship Officer. The Member Relationship Officer will oversee the Member Engagement activities, both internally and externally throughout...
New ideas needed to address non-tariff barriers

New ideas needed to address non-tariff barriers

(10 December 2018) – The Australian Meat Industry Council (AMIC) has welcomed a federal government commitment to address barriers to trade in the global market, but says creative thinking and a whole-of-government approach will be needed to overcome what has been a...

Federal Modern Slavery Act 2018 passed by Parliament

On 29th November the Australian Parliament passed the Modern Slavery Act 2018 — carrying an imperative for businesses in Australia to take action on their modern slavery risks and responsibilities.   The date of commencement is expected to be before the end of...
Urgent Action Needed

Urgent Action Needed

Urgent action needed on meat sector operating costs Australian meat processors are dealing with operating costs which are dramatically higher than their key global competitors, and intervention is urgently required to safeguard the future of the local industry,...

Processing Cost to Operate

Processing cost to operate highlighted in new report Australian meat processors are dealing with operating costs which are dramatically higher than their key global competitors, and intervention is urgently required to safeguard the future of the local industry. AMIC...