LLWA Management

LIVESTOCK LOGISTICS WA MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE. The Joint Venture is to be managed and controlled on a day to day basis by the Management Committee which currently is made up of

  • Mr Warren Robinson (Chairman),
  • Mr Andrew Williams (WAMIA),
  • Mr Kim McDougall (WAMIA),
  • Mr Geoff Shipp (Elders),
  • Mr Tom Marron (Elders),
  • Mr Leon Giglia (Landmark) and
  • Mr Daniel Wood (Landmark).

Who is LLWA?

Please note: LIVESTOCK LOGISTICS WA WILL CEASE OPERATIONS AS OF JUNE 30 2016. PLEASE SEE THE MEDIA RELEASE AT THE ATTACHED AT THE BOTTOM OF THIS PAGE (LINK)

 

WHO IS LIVESTOCK LOGISTICS WA?

In 1999, the Midland Scales Management Joint Venture was formed between the Elders Limited, (the then) Wesfarmers Dalgety Limited (now Landmark), Rural Traders Cooperative (RTC) and the Western Australian Meat Industry Authority to:

Annual Reports

The Authority is required to provide an annual report on its Operations, Financial Performance and Performance Indicators to Parliament.  An electronic copy the Authority’s Annual Reports are available below. If you would like a copy of the previous years' reports, please contact WAMIA.

WAMIA Staff

The activities of the Western Australian Meat Industry Authority are funded through charges at Muchea Livestock Centre , revenue from market information services, rentals on property managed by the Authority, and fees charged for the approval of meat processing establishments.

The Authority's financial accounting system is subject to the Financial Administration and Audit Act and a Chief Executive Officer appointed under the Public Sector Management Act manages the Authority.

WAMIA Board Members

The Accountable Authority is the Western Australian Meat Industry Authority, which consists of eight (8) Members representing producers, processors, retailers, industry employees and government appointed by the Minister and one (1) Member nominated by the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development as a representative. The Authority reports to the Minister for Agriculture and Food.

The Authority Members as at 5 April 2018:

What is WAMIA?

The Western Australian Meat Industry Authority is a statutory authority established under part II of the Western Australian Meat Industry Act 1976, its functions are set out in Part III Section 16 of this Act.

Functions of the Authority: