1880-2002, English, Unpublished edition: Australian Sugar Milling Council records, Australian Sugar Milling Council

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Physical Description
  • 509 archive boxes of records.
Language
  • English

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Title
  • Australian Sugar Milling Council records, 1880-2002.
Creator
  • Australian Sugar Milling Council
Physical Description
  • 509 archive boxes of records.
Subjects
Target Audience
  • General
Summary
  • Comprehensive documentation regarding the sugar industry and its centrality to Queensland's economic development.
  • Collection consists of records from the Australian Sugar Milling Council including minutes, business records, industrial relations claims and disputes, contributions to royal commissions and other reports relating to the sugar industry in Queensland. The collection involves a large number of sugar milling organisations and trade unions including: Australian Sugar Producers Association (ASPA); Australian Sugar Milling Council (ASMC); N.S.W. Sugar Milling Co-Operative Ltd.; Proprietary Sugar Millers' Association; Co-Operative Sugar Millers' Association; Queensland Canegrowers Association; Queensland Cane Growers' Council; Colonial Sugar Refining Company Ltd. (CSR); Australian Workers Union (AWU); Electrical Trades Union (ETU); Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU); Federated Engine Drivers and Firemen's Association (FEDFA); Amalgamated Engineering Union and Boilermakers' Society of Australia; Transport Workers Union; Australian Society of Carpenters, Joiners, Bricklayers and Plasters of Australasia; Australian Manufacturing Workers' Union (AMWU); Amalgamated Metal Workers and Shipwrights Union (AMWSU); Combined Industries Union (CIU); Federated Clerks' Union of Australia (FCUA.); Royal Australian Nursing Federation (RANF); Queensland Trades and Labor Council (QTLC); Building Trades Union (BTU) and the Construction, Forestry, Mining and Energy Union (CFMEU).
Biography
  • The Australian Sugar Milling Council represents Australia’s raw sugar manufacturers and exporters. The Australian Cane Farmers began in 1907 as an association of farmers and millers known then as the Australian Sugar Producers Association. In 1987, the company decided that the milling half would split off to form the Australian Sugar Milling Council (ASMC), while the farming half was renamed the Australian Cane Farmers Association (ACFA). The Australian Sugar Milling Council was established to represent Australian raw sugar mill owners. Owners of all Australian raw sugar mills are members of this voluntary organisation.
Notes
  • 28719, Australian Sugar Milling Council records, John Oxley Library, State Library of Queensland.
  • In copyright.
Access Conditions
  • Unrestricted access.
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  • English
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