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647 - Clear laminate glass from China, Thailand

The goods the subject of the application (the goods) are: 

Clear Laminate Glass (CLG) in nominal thicknesses of 6 to 12 millimetres (mm). 

The following table details the tolerances for each of the thicknesses in the nominated range: 

Nominal Thickness (mm) 

Acceptable Tolerances (mm) 

Minimum 

Maximum 

5.6 

6.4 

7.6 

8.4 

10 

9.6 

10.4 

12 

11.6  

12.4 

The goods the subject of the application have the following characteristics: 

  • are often referred to as architectural laminate glass or annealed laminate glass  
  • contain clear substrate glass (coatings may or may not be present on the surface of the glass) 
  • are manufactured in flat sheets of any size 
  • are rectangular or square in shape 
  • contain two sheets of annealed glass (the two glass sheets being the same or of different thickness) 
  • contain an interlayer, which can be made up of one or multiple sheets of interlayer of varying thickness, colour and opacity 
  • can be packaged as lose packs or in end-caps. 

 

Glass with the following characteristics is not the goods the subject of the application: 

  • laminated glass defined as custom/speciality1 
  • laminated glass that is wired 
  • laminated glass that is bent, edge-worked, engraved, drilled, enamelled, or otherwise worked 
  • aminated glass that is framed or fitted with other materials 
  • laminated glass that is toughened (tempered) 
  • laminated glass that is acid etched 
  • laminated glass made of low iron. 

Further information on the goods, including exclusions, can be found in ADN 2024/037. 

Case information 

Applicant 

Oceania Glass Pty Ltd  

Tariff Classification 

7007.29.00 (statistical codes 18 and 15) 

Review Period 

1 April 2023 to 31 March 2024 

Injury Examination Period 

From 1 April 2020 

Contacts for this investigation 

Case Manager:  

Tel: (02) 6213 6000 
E: investigations@adcommission.gov.au  

Mailing address: 

The Director - Investigations  
Anti-Dumping Commission 
GPO Box 2013 
Canberra ACT 2601 

 

Key Dates 

Initiation Date 

25 June 2024 

Initial submissions due 

1 August 2024 

PAD* earliest date 

26 August 2024 

If a PAD is not made, a Day 60 Status Report will be published on this day 

Proposals to modify the proposed MCC structure due no later than 

1 August 2024 

SEF* no later than 

14 October 2024 

SEF submissions due 

20 days after publication of SEF 

Final recommendation due no later than 

27 November 2024 

Minister's decision expected 

Within 30 days of receiving the recommendation 

*PAD - Preliminary Affirmative Determination 

**SEF - Statement of Essential Facts   

 

 

 

Questionnaires 

Exporter 

Importer 

* Lodgement of Exporter questionnaire is due by: 1 August 2024 

* Lodgement of Importer questionnaire is due by: Part A: 2 July 2024 Part B, C: 16 July 2024 and Part D & E: 23 July 2024 

 

Electronic Public Records

EPR number Document type Title Date
4 Submission
3 Notice - ADN
2 Report
1 Application