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To provide relevant and timely service to Fresh State members by anticipating and responding to their commercial needs and the continuous improvement of the environment that members operate within.
To encourage unity within the membership so that we speak with one voice thus adding strength in all our dealings.
To provide leadership and innovation that will add value to members businesses.
To ensure members are treated with respect and dignity by market users.
Fresh State exists to improve the welfare and progress the interests of the Fresh Produce Wholesalers via proactive representation to the appropriate bodies including governments and their agencies, other industry organizations, the media and the general community.
Fresh State provides quality facilities and services that support our members to enhance their business.
Prices are available for all produce on a daily, weekly or monthly basis. To download a subscription form go to www.datafresh.com.au or contact 03 9689 3233.
The Fresh State Magazine is distributed bi monthly to all members to provide items of interest, topical information and encourage communication.
MELBOURNE MARKET AUTHORITY & GOVERNMENT
The Chamber is in constant communication with the Melbourne Market Authority and Government on all industry matters, acting in the best interests of members.
Employment conditions covering clerical & administrative, storage services and transport employees.
Your Chamber is an active member of the Victorian Employers Chamber of Commerce & Industry (VECCI) which provides instant assistance for any employer, employee conditions or disputes.
OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY
Practical advice and assistance of O.H & S matters affecting Members and representation on behalf of Members on workplace safety committees.
These are available from all markets by arrangement.
INSURANCE - MIB P/L
Contact the Chamber office on 9689 3233 or Mark Perree on 9686 0688
The Chamber General Meeting is held March/April, and the Annual General Meeting for all members is held September/October each year.
The Chamber executive committee consists of ten nominated directors who assemble every month to discuss current issues; sub committee appointments from the executive cover advisory and social activities.
Training courses, seminars and conference facilities are available for both in-house and external courses for business and personal development.
Facilities are available for members to hold their own company or group meetings in the Chamber Boardroom, with overhead projector, television, video and white board on hand.
The latest in photocopying, word processing, binding or facsimile facilities are available for member