Aussie Skips and CEO Emmanuel Roussakis plead guilty to cartel charges

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Aussie Skips and its Chief Executive Officer Emmanuel Roussakis have pleaded guilty in the Australian Federal Court to criminal cartel charges, The Australian Financial Review (AFR) has reported.

According to The AFR, the charges are related to allegations that in mid-2019 Aussie Skips and Bingo Industries agreed to fix prices for the supply of skip bins to Sydney’s building demolition waste industry.

Bingo Industries and its former CEO Daniel Tartak also pleaded guilty to criminal cartel charges last year. Tartak is scheduled to be sentenced in March 9 and 10.

A sentencing hearing for Aussie Skips and Mr Roussakis will be heard in the Federal Court on May 22 and 23.

Source: The Financial Review

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