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Mr. John Lloyd

Executive Assistant To Chief Executive Officer and Board

Horticulture Australia Limited

Direct Phone: +61 *********       

Email: j***@***.au

Horticulture Australia Limited

Level 7 179

Elizabeth Street Sydney, New South Wales 2000

Australia

Company Description

Horticulture Australia Limited (HAL) is a national research, development and marketing organisation that works in partnership with the horticulture sector to invest in programs that provide benefit to Australian horticulture industries. HAL developed th... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Chief Executive Officer
Hort Innovation

Chief Executive Officer and Vice President
CNH Global N.V.

General Manager Marketing
Wesfarmers Limited

General Manager Commercial
Incitec Pivot Limited

Affiliations

Internal Communications Advisor
Medibank Health Solutions

Education

Applied Science degree

University of New South Wales

Bachelor of Science degree

University of New South Wales

MBA

Macquarie University

Web References (145 Total References)


Horticulture Innovation chief ...

www.hortidaily.com [cached]

Horticulture Innovation chief executive John Lloyd said data supplied by the robots showed patterns in yield variations consistent with a lack of pollination. He said at a test site, a grower planted more pollination trees in those areas and was ­already seeing positive results. "By monitoring the data patterns produced by these ­robots growers can effectively help ensure the best yield ­possible." Mr Lloyd said the robots also showed the capacity to identify individual pieces of fruit, and nuts - making way for fully autonomous tree fruit and nut picking. "This study has provided a real window into a not too distant future where labour hire shortages and associated costs no longer need to be key concerns for tree crop growers," Mr Lloyd said. "Ultimately, this technology will enable growers to save time and money, allowing growers to get their produce to consumers more efficiently while increasing their overall farm gate returns," he said.


$10,000 cash prize for Horticulturalist of the Year : Relish Capricorn

relishcapricorn.com.au [cached]

"Horticulture is one of Australia's most important industries with a GVP of $8.6 billion in the past financial year," said HAL CEO John Lloyd.


News @ Agrihort Communications | Publication and communication specialists for the rural sector

agrihortcommunications.com.au [cached]

John Lloyd HIA chief executive John Lloyd(pictured) said the number of registered voters for the AGM were some of the horticulture industry's largest levy payers.

"They represent, according to Link Market Services, between 30 and 40 per cent of the value of horticulture production in Australia," Mr Lloyd said.
...
Mr Lloyd said HIA was bound by the Government's Statutory Funding Agreement and if growers and peak industry bodies wanted change they would need to approach the Government.
He encouraged them to do that through the Voice of Horticulture lobby group.
Defence of marketing program
Mr Lloyd also defended HIA's 'point-of-sale' marketing program, despite it not being ready in time for the start of the cherry harvest.
He said it was consultative and did deliver.
"I think the cherry program is $350,000 to $400,000," Mr Lloyd said.
...
But Mr Lloyd said the horticulture industry was already fragmented, and HIA's role was not to consolidate industry.
He suggested all the disgruntled groups become members of the new Voice of Horticulture lobby, to vote on changes and be one voice in taking those changes to the Federal Government.
Today's AGM, in the meantime, is expected to be a controlled affair, with questions submitted weeks in advance for approval, and the majority of smaller, disgruntled growers choosing not to attend.
Mr Lloyd said Horticulture Innovation Australia had delivered on many reforms to help the $9 billion horticulture sector grow, including a new fruit fly program, developing young industry leaders, opening markets for produce in Asia, from Jordan to Japan, and promoting the value of greening cities, to the benefit of garden nurseries and turf production which represent 20 per cent of domestic turnover of the horticulture sector.


Category » Uncategorized « @ Agrihort Communications | Publication and communication specialists for the rural sector

agrihortcommunications.com.au [cached]

John Lloyd HIA chief executive John Lloyd(pictured) said the number of registered voters for the AGM were some of the horticulture industry's largest levy payers.

"They represent, according to Link Market Services, between 30 and 40 per cent of the value of horticulture production in Australia," Mr Lloyd said.
...
Mr Lloyd said HIA was bound by the Government's Statutory Funding Agreement and if growers and peak industry bodies wanted change they would need to approach the Government.
He encouraged them to do that through the Voice of Horticulture lobby group.
Defence of marketing program
Mr Lloyd also defended HIA's 'point-of-sale' marketing program, despite it not being ready in time for the start of the cherry harvest.
He said it was consultative and did deliver.
"I think the cherry program is $350,000 to $400,000," Mr Lloyd said.
...
But Mr Lloyd said the horticulture industry was already fragmented, and HIA's role was not to consolidate industry.
He suggested all the disgruntled groups become members of the new Voice of Horticulture lobby, to vote on changes and be one voice in taking those changes to the Federal Government.
Today's AGM, in the meantime, is expected to be a controlled affair, with questions submitted weeks in advance for approval, and the majority of smaller, disgruntled growers choosing not to attend.
Mr Lloyd said Horticulture Innovation Australia had delivered on many reforms to help the $9 billion horticulture sector grow, including a new fruit fly program, developing young industry leaders, opening markets for produce in Asia, from Jordan to Japan, and promoting the value of greening cities, to the benefit of garden nurseries and turf production which represent 20 per cent of domestic turnover of the horticulture sector.


John Lloyd HIA chief ...

agrihortcommunications.com.au [cached]

John Lloyd HIA chief executive John Lloyd(pictured) said the number of registered voters for the AGM were some of the horticulture industry's largest levy payers.

"They represent, according to Link Market Services, between 30 and 40 per cent of the value of horticulture production in Australia," Mr Lloyd said.
...
Mr Lloyd said HIA was bound by the Government's Statutory Funding Agreement and if growers and peak industry bodies wanted change they would need to approach the Government.
He encouraged them to do that through the Voice of Horticulture lobby group.
Defence of marketing program
Mr Lloyd also defended HIA's 'point-of-sale' marketing program, despite it not being ready in time for the start of the cherry harvest.
He said it was consultative and did deliver.
"I think the cherry program is $350,000 to $400,000," Mr Lloyd said.
...
But Mr Lloyd said the horticulture industry was already fragmented, and HIA's role was not to consolidate industry.
He suggested all the disgruntled groups become members of the new Voice of Horticulture lobby, to vote on changes and be one voice in taking those changes to the Federal Government.
Today's AGM, in the meantime, is expected to be a controlled affair, with questions submitted weeks in advance for approval, and the majority of smaller, disgruntled growers choosing not to attend.
Mr Lloyd said Horticulture Innovation Australia had delivered on many reforms to help the $9 billion horticulture sector grow, including a new fruit fly program, developing young industry leaders, opening markets for produce in Asia, from Jordan to Japan, and promoting the value of greening cities, to the benefit of garden nurseries and turf production which represent 20 per cent of domestic turnover of the horticulture sector.

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