“Thousands of carriers that have standard form agreements with DP World, Hutchison and VICT will benefit from these changes,” said Sarah Court, ACCC Commissioner. “Container transshipment has a direct influence on the cost of goods in Australia and the competitiveness of Australian exports, so it is essential for businesses and consumers that the supply chain operates fairly and efficiently.” The ACCC opened its investigation in early 2018, following concerns about alleged unfair terms in contracts between container traffic jams and land transport companies such as railway and truck companies. The ACCC`s 2018 Stevedore Container Monitoring Report found that accC assessed abusive contractual conditions in the sector. AccC has just completed this evaluation. Hutchison`s binding undertaking is available from Hutchison Ports Australia Pty Limited. . . .