Stakeholders of AMPC

The reach of the Australian red meat industry and the contribution of red meat manufacturing, lends itself to having a very broad group of stakeholders that AMPC partner and work with.

The sustainability of the Australian Red Meat industry is dependent on collaboration with our stakeholder groups.

R&D providers
Members
Suppliers
Think tanks
Universities
Producers
Government
Regulatory bodies / Associations
International
Industry consultants
Consumers

R&D providers

Members

Suppliers

Think tanks

Universities

Producers

Government

Regulatory bodies / Associations

International

Industry consultants

Consumers

AMPC is committed to working with its stakeholders to achieve an efficient application of levy funds through its RD&E and marketing activities. That impact is enhanced by leveraging AMPC's investment through co-investment and collaboration.

AMPC engages with the Australian Government, its meat processor membership base, Meat & Livestock Australia (MLA) and other bodies in the red meat industry including the Australian Meat Industry Council (AMIC) and the Red Meat Advisory Council (RMAC). These collaborations ensure that processor levy funds are appropriately and effectively invested to deliver maximum benefit.

AMPC will continue to develop strategic partnerships and alliances with other organisations that have complimentary capabilities and service delivery assets. These organisations include the National Meat Industry Training Advisory Council (MINTRAC), Universities, government agencies, Research & Development Corporations (RDCs), research institutes, CSIRO, Co-Operative Research Centres (CRCs) and other industry providers, both in Australia and internationally.