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FCAI interim submission to the Senate Economic Legislation Committee Inquiry into the Future of Australia’s Automotive Industry

The Terms of Reference for this inquiry examine the broad state of the automotive industry, from manufacturing to retail and services. This submission seeks to provide an overview of the industry, with a specific focus on automotive manufacturing. The FCAI will make a final submission to the... More…

Voluntary Code of Practice for Access to Service and Repair Information for Motor Vehicles

The Voluntary Code of Practice for Access to Service and Repair Information for Motor Vehicles has been developed by the FCAI to ensure that the service and repair of motor vehicles is carried out in a manner that best protects the consumer’s interest in their vehicle. More…

Submission to the Senate Economic References Committee Inquiry into Australia’s Innovation system

The Australian automotive industry is one of Australia’s most advanced industries. It deploys advanced manufacturing techniques, technologies and adds value through the broader economy far beyond its manufacturing core. More…

Submission to the Senate Economic Legislation Committee Inquiry into the Automotive Transformation Scheme Amendment Bill

The FCAI opposes the Australian Government’s proposal to remove $900 million from the ATS and close the scheme on 1 January 2018 as outlined in the Automotive Transformation Scheme Amendment Bill 2014. More…

FCAI Privacy Policy

The Commonwealth Privacy Act 1988 (Privacy Act) and the Australian Privacy Principles in the Privacy Act (APPs) govern how the Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries (FCAI) manages the personal information of individuals that it collects and holds. This privacy policy sets out how FCAI will... More…

Submission to the Australian Government’s Energy Green Paper

The FCAI is supportive of moves by Government to ensure that Australia continues to have a strong energy future and acknowledges that lower motor vehicle CO2 emissions deliver better fuel efficiency. However, a whole of Government approach is required to incorporate all associated issues,... More…