On 29 June 2011, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (‘ACCC’) issued a notice revoking Co-operative Bulk Handling Limited's (CBH's) exclusive dealing notification. CBH’s notified conduct allowed it to be the monopoly supplier of transport services for moving grain from up-country storage facilities to ports in Western Australia. CBH was leveraging its substantial market power in up-country storage to insulate itself from any competition in the supply of grain transport services. The ACCC notification permitted CBH to, so far, require Western Australian grain growers and marketers who use its 'upcountry' storage facilities to also use its transport services to deliver grain to port for export. The revocation, which will take effect from 1 May 2012, will allow sufficient time for CBH and other industry participants to benefit from the upcoming competition in grain transport services and to adjust and put appropriate systems and processes in place