Australian Livestock Export Corporation Ltd
Agriculture, Water and the Environment
Australian Livestock Export Corporation Ltd (LiveCorp) was declared under the Australian Meat and Live-stock Industry Act (1997) (AMLI Act) as the live-stock export marketing body and the live-stock export research body for the Australian livestock export industry on 17 December 2004, with effect from 1 January 2005. LiveCorp was incorporated as a national, member-funded public company on 18 February 1998, and was declared as a donor company under the AMLI Act on 7 July 1998, with effect from that date. Its mission is to enhance the productivity, sustainability and competitiveness of Australia's livestock export industry by undertaking RDandE, providing technical support/services, and monitoring and reporting on programs and issues. The LiveCorp board is accountable to its members through the Corporations Act 2001 and to the Minister for Agriculture through the SFA 2010-14 for the expenditure of monies appropriated by Parliament.
Type of Body
L. Bodies Linked to the Australian Government through Statutory Contracts Agreements and Delegations
Established By / Under
Act / Regulation
Established By/Under More info
Australian Meat and Live-Stock Industry Act 1997, s60(3) and s60(3A)
Annual Report Prepared and tabled?
24 April 1998