How the OSI Group as Penetrated the Food and Beverage Sector
OSI Group is multinational firm that processes high-quality foods and beverages that are distributed across the world. The operations of the business are managed from its headquarters, which is in Aurora, Illinois. OSI has been active form more than a century. It has perfected in processing a variety of products such as pizza, meat patties, hot dogs, vegetables, fish, and poultry. OSI Group has hired more than 20,000 employees who ensure that the clients receive the best quality of foods and beverages.
The growth of the OSI Group has been gradual from a local food processing firm to an international manufacturer. One of the people who has assisted it in its development is its CEO, Sheldon Lavin. His management proficiency is commendable, and the Vision World Academy appreciated him through the Globe Visionary Award. He has been striving to ensure that the company makes profits that are worth billions of dollars. OSI currently comprises of 60 factories and it has distributed them in 16 different countries.
The company has been conserving the environment excellently, and this made it one of the 18 businesses that were recognized by the British Safety Council in 2016. It received the Globe of Honor Awards, which was being offered to a company that had devised an excellent method of preventing environmental hazards. According to the British Safety Council, an enterprise had to score five stars during its environment inspection for it to be named as a winner.
Another significant achievement that the OSI Group has made in 2016 is acquiring the ownership of the Baho Foods. The firm did not inform the public about the cost of the transaction since it is a privately held enterprise. Baho Foods’ main products include snacks and deli meats. The president of the OSI Group believes that purchasing the food processing firm will assist his company to manufacture a wide variety of commodities and hence satisfy the customer’s varying needs.
The Baho Foods manages five processing companies. They are Vital Convenience, Bakx Foods, Q Smart Life, Gelderland Frischwaren, and Henri van de Bilt. The branches of the firm operate from Netherlands and Germany, and their market is 18 countries across Europe. OSI Group retained the employees of the Baho Foods. One of them is John Balvers who was the Managing Director and was made part of the company’s executive. The enterprise anticipates covering a larger European market through Baho Foods.