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Mr. Leigh Titmus

Managing Director

Webster Limited

Email: l***@***.com

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Company Description

Webster Limited is Australia's fourth oldest business. It commenced operating in 1831, just 28 years after the settlement of Van Diemen's Land, as a traditional pastoral house. One hundred and eighty years on, it is now a diversified food and agribusiness ... more

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The Managing Director of Webster ...

www.brandtasmania.com.au [cached]

The Managing Director of Webster Ltd, Leigh Titmus, who has worked in Tasmania's vegetable industry since 1990, retired in August.


Webster Limited - Contacts

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Leigh Titmus Managing Director Telephone: 03 6427 5000 Mobile: 0419 329 335 Email: Leigh.Titmus@websterltd.com.au


Webster Limited - Contacts

www.websterltd.com.au [cached]

Leigh Titmus Managing Director Telephone: 03 6427 5000 Mobile: 0419 329 335 Email: Leigh.Titmus@websterltd.com.au


Webster Limited - Contacts

websterltd.com.au [cached]

Leigh Titmus Managing Director Telephone: 03 6427 5000 Mobile: 0419 329 335 Email: Leigh.Titmus@websterltd.com.au


Leigh Titmus, managing ...

www.themercury.com.au [cached]

Leigh Titmus, managing director of onion exporter Webster Limited, yesterday joined with farming, fruit growing, manufacturing and union leaders in Launceston to plead for the State and Federal Governments' help.

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Mr Titmus said this was ruinously expensive with the Bass Strait leg accounting for 32 per cent of the cost of sending a container to northern Europe, Japan and Singapore 50 per cent and Hong Kong 45 per cent.
He said Tasmania could no longer compete with exporters such as New Zealand.
"We are seriously considering if we will sow onions at all next season," he said.
Mr Titmus said Webster's onions were worth about $5.5 million to Tasmanian farmers and $2.5 million to planting and harvesting contractors, with the packing operation supporting 40 permanent jobs and 200 seasonal jobs.

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