It is worth knowing the origin of the food that you eat in restaurants or purchases from the supermarket. Most of the processed food comes from OSI Industries. The company deals with processed chicken, pork, and beef products. The firm began like a butchery in the neighborhood. Today, the company runs more than 60 facilities in over 17 countries across the globe. The company offered services to Illinois as a local firm since 1990 as Otto and Sons. The struggle of different companies to take the lead in the distribution of meat created stiff competition. The core purpose for OSI Industries is to capture the attention of the customers and establishing consumer networking.
The only option to secure a place in the market is to provide affordable, consistent, and customer-driven products. With time, the urge to create an empire of business that would serve the world persisted. OSI Industries fetched for visionary leaders to aid in the improvement process. The firm appointed Sheldon Lavin as the chief executive officer. Lavin took the company through the economic development phase as the financial adviser. For more than 15 years, Lavin worked in his consultant agency called the Sheldon Lavin and Associate located in the downtown Chicago.
Most importantly, OSI Industries runs under the leadership of David McDonald as executive president. McDonald specializes in animal science and has a passion for agriculture. Early this year, these two leaders led the improvement in the production capacity of chicken products by 50 percent to 24,000 tons annually. McDonald was grateful to manage to execute such a vast development getting the company ready for future competitions. The fast-increasing demand for quality chicken products in Portugal and Spain spearheaded the development process. OSI president said that the company anticipated the broadening of the market in future. Thus, the firm ought to get prepared for a more significant task and remain the leading food processing company globally.
The recent development resulted in an overall increase in the total production capacity of quality pork, chicken, and beef products to 45,000 tons periodically. Also, the improvement impacted the social economy by offering 20 more job posts to the community.