Search
CBH chief executive Andrew Crane.

CBH to review co-op structure

CBH Group is planning to launch a full review of its cooperative structure after formally rejecting a proposal from Australian Grains Champion (AGC) to corporatise and list the business on the ASX.

Login

(existing subscribers)

The password field is case sensitive.
Request new password

Comments

Kojonup WA
I am not a grain grower, never have been and never will be. I have seen a number of times in the past when WA owned companies are taken over by either eastern state companies or overseas companies and if I were a betting man CBH would soon be subject to a complete take over and pass into foreign hands.I would say there are suitors sitting on the sidelines just waiting.

Add your comment

BNIQ sponsored byCBH Group

WA Revenue most recent financial year

1st-CBH Group$3.27bn
2nd-Plum Grove$534.7m
3rd-Wellard$497.9m
4th↓KB Foods$404.8m
5th↓Craig Mostyn Group$403.5m
81 agribusiness ranked by WA revenue most recent financial year

WA export revenue

4th-Fortescue Metals Group$11.20bn
5th-Gold Corporation$7.90bn
6th↑CBH Group$3.10bn
7th-Alcoa of Australia$3.00bn
8th-Roy Hill Holdings$3.00bn
49 exporters ranked by WA export revenue most recent financial year

WA Revenue

1st-CBH Group$3.27bn
2nd↑HBF$1.72bn
3rd↓St John of God Health Care$1.69bn
4th-RAC$683.1m
5th-Geraldton Fishermen's Co-operative$303.2m
60 not for profit businesses ranked by WA revenue most recent financial year

Number of Employees

Agribusiness

BNiQ Disclaimer