Australian Copper Company Pty. Ltd.

Status: Deregistered
Current name since: 4th January 1990
Australian Company Number: 009515968
Australian Business Number: 60009515968
Date deregistered: 24th February 2015
Type: Australian proprietary company
Class: Limited by Shares
Subclass: Proprietary other
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The following company has been deregistered. Australian Copper Company Pty Ltd was a limited by shares, Australian proprietary company. The corporation was issued an ACN - 009515968 and an ABN - 60009515968. On 2014-09-23, the company relocated its HQ to TAS, post code 7249. Previous headquarters addresses include TAS 7249 (from 2014-01-19 to 2014-09-23), TAS 7249 (from 2007-10-31 to 2014-01-19), and TAS 7249 (from 2000-06-14 to 2007-10-31). Registered for GST on 2000-07-01 (up until 2013-06-29) (it should be noted that the Australian Business Register no longer collects or updates trading names). Australian Copper Company Pty Ltd was de-registered on 2015-02-24. The above mentioned data comes from the ABN database it was last updated on 2017-08-29.


Details for ABN 60009515968

Type: Australian Private Company

ABN Status

Status From To
Cancelled 29th August 2017 current
Active 14th June 2000 29th August 2017

Main Name

Name From To
Australian Copper Company Pty. Ltd. 4th August 2000 current
Australian Copper Company Pty Ltd 14th June 2000 4th August 2000

Main Location

Location From To
TAS 7249 23rd September 2014 current
TAS 7249 19th January 2014 23rd September 2014
TAS 7249 31st October 2007 19th January 2014
TAS 7249 14th June 2000 31st October 2007

Goods & Services Tax (GST)

Status From To
Registered 1st July 2000 29th June 2013


Company Patents

Patent Application Number: 1990060657

General information:

WIPO Application Number: WO1991/001942
Original WIPO Application Number: WO91/01942
PCT Application Number: PCT/AU1990/000323
Original PCT Application Number: PCT/AU90/00323
Old Application Number: 60657/90

International Patent Classification:

IPC Mark: C22B 15/00
Version date of the IPC Classification record: 1st January 2006
Section code: C - chemistrymetallurgy
Class code: 22 - metallurgy; ferrous or non-ferrous alloys; treatment of alloys or non-ferrous metals
Subclass code: B - production or refining of metals (making metallic powder or suspensions thereof b22f0009000000;  production of metals by electrolysis or electrophoresis  c25); pretreatment of raw materials
Main group code: 15 - obtaining copper
Mark type: Later (ie Secondary)
Classification level: Advanced
Classification code: Inventive
IPC Classification assigned/Application publish date: 8th April 2006
Classification type code: Reclassification
Classification source code: Machine using propagation

IP Australia process information:

Source code: PATADMIN
Mainframe patent number: 642895
Patent classification type: Standard
Examination request date: 22nd October 1992
Examination request filing date: 22nd April 1993
Requested examination type: Full Examination Following Direction
First report issue date: 18th June 1993
Examination section: D
Expiry date: 1st August 2010
Earliest priority date: 1st August 1989
Acceptance Notice date: 4th November 1993
Sealing date: 4th May 1994
Effective patent date: 1st August 1990
Continue renew fee paid date: 23rd June 2005
Patent in force to: 1st August 2006

Early terminations:

Application status: Ceased
Reason description: Application Ceased
Published date: 19th April 2007

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