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Mr. Leigh Titmus

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Websters' walnut manager ..., 29 June 2007 [cached]
Websters' walnut manager Leigh Titmus said the factory will be used to dehull and dry locally grown walnuts."It takes walnuts four years to mature to get a crop, so in 2008 we are going to need that factory to process the crops from the orchards we planted in 2004," Mr Titmus said."This is just the following on from setting the region up as a growing base for walnuts."And we are hoping to expand on that even further."The company is planning to plant a further 800 hectares at Leeton shortly.Mr Titmus said the factory would create at least 20 positions over the harvest and processing period from March to May."Obviously the industry has already created several new positions in the area but this means there will be more work over a period when there has previously been little to do in the orchards," he said.Ultimately, the company plans to build a $10 million facility which will have the ability to grade the product and also crack the nuts to market the kernel.The larger facility is still a concept and Mr Titmus said it was likely to become a reality in three to four years as the production of walnuts in the area grows.
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The Managing Director of Webster ..., 1 Sept 2013 [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, 12 Oct 2012 [cached]
Leigh Titmus Managing Director Telephone: 03 6427 5000 Mobile: 0419 329 335 Email:
Walnuts Australia, 1 Mar 2011 [cached]
Name: Leigh Titmus
Leigh Titmus, managing ..., 15 Mar 2012 [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.
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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