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Weekly Times
MG cuts more jobs at Victorian factorieshas already cut 200 roles, predominantly from it’s head office, over the past y
Weekly Times / Posted yesterday
has already cut 200 roles, predominantly from it’s head office, over the past year and has announced the closure of its Edith Creek factory in Tasmania, and Rochester and Kiewa factories in Victoria. The co-operative is seeking shareholder... Read more
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Weekly Times
Clinging to Edith Creek sale hopesA GLIMMER of hope flickers to keep the Edith Creek milk processing plant near S
Weekly Times / Posted 13 days ago
A GLIMMER of hope flickers to keep the Edith Creek milk processing plant near Smithton operating. Plant owner Murray Goulburn has entered into an agreement to sell its business to Canadian giant Saputo that would mean closing Edith Creek, but... Read more
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Weekly Times
MG needs to bare all on rival bidscould strike a deal with the National Union of Workers over pay conditions. Fo
Weekly Times / Posted 14 days ago
could strike a deal with the National Union of Workers over pay conditions. For workers at the Kiewa plant and the Edith Creek factory in Tasmania faced with remaining unemployed or moving out of the regions they live to get jobs, this may... Read more
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Weekly Times
Fury at MG over Kiewa cheese lineits “asset and footprint review” to cut costs and improve efficiencies. The ot
Weekly Times / Posted 14 days ago
its “asset and footprint review” to cut costs and improve efficiencies. The other two factories were at Rochester and at Edith Creek in Tasmania. An MG spokesman said the sale of the Edith Creek plant was well advanced. The Kiewa fresh milk... Read more
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Weekly Times
MG spurned big offersto pay $450 million more than the successful Saputo bid for Murray Goulburn plu
Weekly Times / Posted 14 days ago
to pay $450 million more than the successful Saputo bid for Murray Goulburn plus potentially keep the Rochester, Kiewa and Edith Creek factories open. But the $1.75 billion initial bid, from a joint venture between Melbourne-based Tas­Asia Dairy... Read more
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Weekly Times
Dairy workers offer 20pc pay cut to save jobshas entered a preliminary deal with the TasAsia Dairy group, which is seeking t
Weekly Times / Posted 15 days ago
has entered a preliminary deal with the TasAsia Dairy group, which is seeking to buy the UHT milk processing plant at Edith Creek near Smithton from embattled Murray Goulburn, The Australian reports. With all workers set to be made redundant... Read more
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Weekly Times
Tassie benefits from MG salewith Saputo Dairy Australia for the sale of the company for $1.3 billion. Whil
Weekly Times / Posted 19 days ago
with Saputo Dairy Australia for the sale of the company for $1.3 billion. While a cloud still hangs over the future of the Edith Creek processing factory, the proposed deal should give Tasmania’s MG suppliers some confidence. As part of the sale... Read more
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The Border Mail
Murray Goulburn suitor mum on Kiewa dairy planswith Saputo. He wants Saputo to retain Kiewa and other potentially doomed Murr
The Border Mail / Posted 21 days ago
with Saputo. He wants Saputo to retain Kiewa and other potentially doomed Murray Goulburn factories at Rochester and Edith Creek open. “With the sale of Saputo looking likely next year, we need to make sure that the three sites slated to... Read more
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Weekly Times
Union ‘cautiously welcomes’ MG saleclarification of the sale. “Saputo’s plans for the three MG factories set to c
Weekly Times / Posted 26 days ago
clarification of the sale. “Saputo’s plans for the three MG factories set to close over the next 8 months — Rochester, Edith Creek and Kiewa — and any other sites that Saputo may not wish to run as an ongoing concern, will form a part of these... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
Canada's Saputo has made a $1.3 billion bid for Murray Goulburnby volatility in the global dairy market. In June, Murray Goulburn announced t
Business Insider Australia / Posted 26 days ago
by volatility in the global dairy market. In June, Murray Goulburn announced the closure of dairy processing centres at Edith Creek, Tasmania, and Rochester and Kiewa in Victoria with the loss of more than 300 jobs. The company also announced... Read more
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