In the food processing industry, the competition has been growing at a rapid pace in the last few years. However, one company that has not lost its top position even in this competitive niche is OSI Industries. Established in the year 1909 as Otto and Sons, the company has come of age in the last few decades, especially after Sheldon Lavin was named its CEO and Chairman. Sheldon Lavin belonged to the financial world before joining the food industry, but he took over its leadership because he realized that the company has a lot of untapped potential. He knew from the very beginning that OSI Group has the potential to reach new heights of success and believed that his guidance can help the company get the direction it is looking for.
OSI Industries provides processed meat products like sausages, beef patties, and more. Recently, the company has also started producing vegetable products for its clients. Constant innovation and addition to its product line have helped the company to remain as the preferred supplier of some of the largest fast food chains in the world, including McDonald’s, KFC, Subway, Dominos, and others. The good thing about the products of the company is its consistency. OSI Industries is known not to tolerate any compromise with quality and has some of the most strict quality checks in the industry. One of the reasons why the company has been able to reach so many milestones in the last few years is the leadership of Sheldon Lavin.
He understands that with time, the company has to adopt new techniques and processes to stay ahead. Sheldon Lavin materialized investments of millions of dollars to ensure that the company’s production continues to increase and meet the demands of its clients without any delay or compromise in quality. OSI Industries has the workforce of more than 20,000 employees worldwide, and it continues to grow with time. OSI Group’s growth can also be attributed to the success of McDonald’s as a fast food chain because its growth is what helped the OSI Group to grow in size and revenue over the years. Being McDonalds’ primary supplier of meat products helped the company get the revenue that fuelled its growth and expansion.