OSI Group, LLC is a food company that supplies food products in the United States and 25 other countries. It is the biggest private food company in the world and also one of the top private firms in the United States. In recent years, the company has been focusing on the domestic and international expansion of business to various parts of the globe. In the past five years, the company has recorded an increase in operational activities in Europe and locally in the United States. The growth of the company has been promoted by the activities of people like Sheldon Lavin who have been giving the push it needs to spread more. The recent purchases that have been made by OSI Group will boost its presence in other places all over the world.
Locally, they have acquired a firm that previously used to own by the Tyson Foods. The plant which measures 200,000 squarer feet is one of the largest food production plants in the world. This pant will provide OSI with the much-needed space to expand its operations. With the expansion of its operations, it will need to invest more in production. It needs to be producing more products for its clients in North America. This plant is located in Chicago just where OSI used to own another plant.
According to one of the executives in the company, this expansion comes at a time when the company needs it the most. With the fast-growth of the company, it will need to produce more products. Currently, it is dealing with the production of a variety of meat products which include beef, chicken, and pork.
The expansion of the OSI Group has been led by the current management of CEO Sheldon Lavin and President David McDonald. Sheldon has been with OSI Group for the past four decades. He joined the firm in 1975 and has seen it grow from a small company with just one client to now that it has numerous clients all over the world. Sheldon joined the company so that he could offer assistance on the expansion of the company. At the time, it was on the verge of going international but lacked a professional to facilitate the breakout.
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