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GIAV Update Cindy Mills October 2012. About Wheat Quality Australia. Independent, not for profit company. Commenced operation on 1 January 2011. Owned by Grains Research & Development Corporation and Grain Trade Australia. Responsible for wheat variety classification and related activities.

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Giav update cindy mills october 2012

GIAV UpdateCindy MillsOctober 2012


About wheat quality australia
About Wheat Quality Australia

  • Independent, not for profit company.

  • Commenced operation on 1 January 2011.

  • Owned by Grains Research & Development Corporation and Grain Trade Australia.

  • Responsible for wheat variety classification and related activities.

  • Industry good function previously undertaken by AWB International.

Confidential. Wheat Quality Australia


Our role
Our role

  • Objectives

  • Ensure that the quality of classes of wheat available in Australia, now and in the future, meet the processing and end product requirements of key markets.

  • Market focussed and market driven.

  • Identification of market requirements and translating these into the quality attributes required of Australian Classes and varieties.

Confidential. Wheat Quality Australia


Our key stakeholders
Our key stakeholders

  • Our members

  • Our subscribers

Confidential. Wheat Quality Australia


Our key stakeholders1
Our key stakeholders

  • Domestic Flour Mill Subscribers

Confidential. Wheat Quality Australia


Key achievements
Key achievements

  • Top 6 achievements

  • Establish Company operations. Secure operating capital, establish governance and operating requirements.

  • Establish and oversee the wheat variety classification system.

  • Provide variety classification services.

  • Review technical requirements of classification.

  • Provide information about the purpose and outputs of variety classification to industry stakeholders.

  • Ensure the rigour of data provided for classification.

Confidential. Wheat Quality Australia


Review of old varieties
Review of Old Varieties

  • Ensuring the quality of old varieties meet current market requirements

  • Ensuring consistency with new classifications 2012

    • Commence collation of data

    • Prioritisation of varieties for review

    • Commence reviews

Confidential. Wheat Quality Australia


Old varieties removed 2010
Old Varieties Removed - 2010

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Old varieties for review
Old Varieties for Review

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Old varieties for review cont
Old Varieties for Review cont.

Confidential. Wheat Quality Australia


National aph
National APH

  • Regional classifications

    • Eg APH historically NSW and QLD only

  • Industry submissions to Council

    • National, consistent classifications

    • Technical subgroup developed experimental protocol to implement national APH

    • Working with GRDC and industry to fund project work

Confidential. Wheat Quality Australia


Future objectives
Future objectives

Expand current board to include five directors.

Revise existing management structure.

Recruit a CEO.

Establish a permanent office.

Secure long term funding model.

Communication, education focussed on value of the classification system, Classes and classified varieties.

Maintain the wheat variety classification system.

Provide variety classification services.

Technical and process improvements to the system.

Ensure the rigour of data provided for classification.

Confidential. Wheat Quality Australia


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