OSI food sports all the characteristics of a successful company. The company that has existed for over 100 years and still serving its customers with excellence featured among the top 100 companies. At number 58, you know that you are talking about serious business. It has been estimated that OSI foods transact sales worth $ 6 billion every year.
Expanding to the Lands Beyond
Sheldon Larvin leads OSI in some of the most progressive and strategic acquisitions that have happened in business circles in recent day. OSI now has a resounding presence in Europe. The Food processing company recently bought Baho Foods; one of the leading Dutch Foods outfits that command nearly 30% of the European market. Baho Foods has a conspicuous presence in such countries as Germany and Switzerland. OSI deserves to be number 58 on the list and even better. It seems that it is a matter of time before Forbes churns out another list with OSI among the top 10 companies. OSI stays ahead of the pack for a range of reasons. Firstly it is one of the few food processing firms that offer custom made value-added food supplies to its customers. Secondly, OSI Foods offers one of the widest food choices portfolios. The company supplies bacon, fish, vegetable products, hot dogs, pizza among others. The overseas outlets provide plenty more with exotic food cuisines.
Playing it fair and Just
The company is an equal opportunity employer with a current staff base of over 20 000 employees. Apart from buying Baho, the company also bagged Flagship Europe to announce its presence loudly in the region. The addition of Flagship Europe grants OSI a huge leverage in its dealings and is likely to lead to more significant acquisitions. OSI has established a reputation for itself already in the European market. The company was awarded the Globe of Honor in the UK in 2016 for its efforts in conserving the environment even as it pursues its usual business. OSI also recently built a poultry processing plant worth over 60 million Euros in Spain. The company sought to double its poultry products production following research that showed that the demand for poultry meat far outweighed the prevailing supply. Other notable moves to expand OSI include the purchase of the Tyson Food Plant in Chicago. OSI food outlets now serve clientele from all corners of the earth.
OSI has its headquarters in Aurora in Illinois. The company already operates in over 17 countries across the globe. It runs over 65 outlets across the various regions. The company also announced that it is employing staff with various qualifications to fill positions that the expansion facilitates. Some of the countries that OSI already serves include Brazil, Australia, India, the Netherlands, Japan, Spain, the US, Canada, and Ukraine. OSI remains committed to its objectives of supplying high quality customized, value-added food to its customers. OSI is currently headed by Sheldon Larvin. He is an experienced hand, especially in meat processing business. He worked in the meat industry for a couple of years in the UK, before he became the CEO of OSI Foods.
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