OSI Food Solutions is the meat processing firm located in Toledo, Spain. The company began like a butchery in the neighborhood serving Illinois as a local firm. Today, the firm serves in more than 20 countries with over 63 facilities. In March 2018, the company went through a significant development by increasing chicken output to 24,000 tons every year. The broader market demand in Portugal and Spain enforced the improvement. The overall production capacity of meat shifted to 45,000 tons annually. The growth resulted in the introduction of the product development officer. The office controls the existing products and introduces new commodities in the firm’s portfolio.
OSI Food Solutions acquired 22,600 square feet more working space. We introduced other amenities such as new receiving and shipping fields, new production halls, more massive supply storage, refrigerated rooms, waste container storage tanks, nitrogen and water tanks, and social space for workers. The increased production capacity shows that the company is ready for the future competition. Also, we anticipate a continuous expansion of the demand for the pork, beef, and chicken products. The new production also calls for an increase in the number of employees from the initial 140 to 160.
The company runs under the leadership of David McDonald as president. The individual grew up in Iowa farm where he developed the interest in agriculture. In the hands of McDonald, the company accomplished many achievements. Also, the firm looks forward to working with visionary leaders like Sheldon Lavin as the chief executive officer. Lavin ensured the success of the firm in its economic development phase. As an accountant, Lavin worked as a financial adviser for Otto and Sons, the predecessor of OSI Food Solutions. Lavin qualifies in financial management after working in the Sheldon Lavin and Associate for over 15 years in the downtown Chicago.
The company’s client-centered approach aids in creating customer networking. OSI Food Solutions offers classified, affordable, and consistent products through verification and testing by a qualified team of chefs in the modernized kitchens. The company showed determination in serving North America by acquiring the Tyson Food Plant in 2016. The firm crossed borders to the UK and bought the Flagship Europe. The plant’s successful performance made it the primary distributor of meat in the region. The pant got a new name as the Creative Food Europe. Another significant achievement is the acquisition of Baho Food that extends to the Netherlands and Germany.