OSI Group, a meat processing multinational, is a true presentation of excellence in growth through strategic partnerships, desire to satisfy their clients and a yearning to do well by its employees. The company was began in 1909 by Otto Kolschowsky as Otto & Sons. Through great leadership, the butcher shop became one of the worlds renowned, meat processing companies, dealing in poultry, beef, fish and a selection of vegetables.
In 1975, Otto & Son was renamed OSI Group, just as its current CEO was appointed. During this time, McDonald’s should an interest in the company’s products, and ever since as supplied, McDonald’s with fresh meat products throughout the years. Sheldon has made it his own life’s mission to ensure great partnership with the company by meeting all their needs and interests.
Under the visionary leadership of Sheldon, OSI Group has acquired some of the big meat industries in other parts of the world, a strategy to venture into new markets. So far, the company has acquired Baho Foods, a giant company in Netherlands, Germany and in eight countries across Europe. Moreover, the company acquired Flagship Europe as a means to enter and establish themselves in European markets. Leaders at these companies revealed their excitement quoting that OSI Group is known for their professional relationships and their quest to leave their customers’ satisfied all the time.
OSI Group has invested heavily on the latest technology in order to fully interact with their clients. Having offices in more than seventeen countries across the globe has demanded the company to establish networks for them to fully communicate with employees and clients. So far, OSI Group has been ranked as one of the largest companies in the world and whose technologies is admirable.
Being in the market for more than a century proves to the world of OSI’s determination to provide better services and products to their clients. The company has shown tremendous growth from their leadership, to operations and relationship with clients and other stakeholders. All the achievements have been attributed to the company’s desire to achieve more in terms of the customers’ happiness and satisfaction.
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