Law & Regulation EXCLUSIVE

Commerce Commission to make enquiries into Carter Holt timber issue

Victoria Young
Mon, 29 Mar 2021

Victoria Young
Mon, 29 Mar 2021
The Commerce Commission says it will make enquiries into Carter Holt Harvey’s decision to halt structural timber supply to some of its customers while maintaining supply to its subsidiary Carter’s and Fletcher Building’s Placemakers.A spokesperson for the competition regulator said this morning it had been monitoring supply issues and “was aware of supply issues in the building sector”.“However, Carter Holt had not specifically advised the commission of its intention to cease supply to the relevant parties,&r...

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