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Mr. Ross Skinner

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Ross Skinner, Almond ..., 30 June 2015 [cached]
Ross Skinner, Almond Board of Australia
Programs & Services - Almond Board Australia, 25 Nov 2015 [cached]
said Almond Board of Australia CEO Mr Ross Skinner.
Mr Skinner said the Award is presented every two years and that past recipients had undertaken overseas study tours to learn about soil biology, irrigation technology and supply-chain improvements.
Chairman of the Almond Board of ... [cached]
Chairman of the Almond Board of Australia, Ross Skinner, said there was room for the industry to grow and the Centre for Excellence would help find the most sustainable growing methods for Australian conditions.
"At the moment, the world demand is being stifled by supply and that's been the case for the last couple of years and that's led to the significant increases in prices world wide," he said.
Almond Board of Australia appoints new CEO, 13 Oct 2011 [cached]
The Almond Board of Australia (ABA) has announced the appointment of Ross Skinner as it's new CEO from 22 November.
Mr Skinner takes over from outgoing CEO Julie Haslett who has been employed by the ABA for almost ten years.
Mr Skinner will move from his current position of Industry Services Manager at Horticulture Australia Limited (HAL). He has been responsible for developing and implementing strategic plans through research and development and marketing programs for the almond, pistachio, citrus, table grape, olive and dried fruit industries.
Currently based in Mildura, Mr Skinner has been working closely with the Australian almond industry and the Almond Board of Australia over the past few years in his role with HAL.
"Given his experience, good understanding of the almond industry and related networks, Ross will be a great addition to the ABA team," said Ms Haslett.
Mr Skinner said he is joining the Australian almond industry at a very important stage of its development.
"The Australian almond industry has undergone rapid expansion in the past few years and it is forecast to become the world's second largest almond producer by 2015. It is a very exciting time for me to join the ABA and I look forward to working with the team at furthering the industry both in Australia and overseas," Mr Skinner said.
Mr Skinner has worked in the horticulture industry for 26 years and has qualifications in economics and accounting.
Image: Brendan Sidhu (Almond Board of Australia Chairman) & Ross Skinner
Horticulture Australia - Almond Overview, 1 July 2012 [cached]
Ross Skinner (ex officio)
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