OSI Food Solution Purchase Food Companies To Increase Their Network

OSI Food Solutions is one of America’s top meat producers. Their products are amazing making their way to top restaurants around the globe. Their bacon poultry, hot dogs, fish pizza and products with vegetables are the best in the market.

The company has created a strong chain of operations that enable them to produce and supply their products. They have pursed and collaborated with many startups to facilitate their activities.

Recently, OSI Food Solutions acquired some food companies to broaden their reach around the world. OSI purchased Flagship Europe and Baho Foo. They also bought a warehouse and meat processing facility in Chicago that was previously owned by Tyson Foods. The facility had been closed since 2015.

The acquisition will help OSI Food Solution make a significant step in meeting their customer’s needs. Baho Food, OSI and Flagship Europe will benefit greatly from this arrangement. The companies will get access to professional contacts, larger global markets, and increased labor force.

Baho Food has been producing meat products for retail and food services. All the production is done in plants throughout in Netherlands and Germany. The company has five subsidiaries.

Flagship Europe is also a food company that was established in 1991 and deals with meat products. The company however in 2010 branched to other products like dips, sauces, dressings, and mayonnaise after they acquire Oasis Foods. Flagship has acquired many companies over the years including Oliver James Foods, Tabasco, and Go On!

OSI Food Solutions was happy with the acquisition, as it would help them strengthen their operations in Europe. By utilizing the resources available in Baho and Flagship, OSI will be able to produce more products in the market. Additionally, using the already existing clientele, OSI will be able to bring in new customers for their products.

OSI Food Solutions under the management of its CEO, Sheldon Lavin has made tremendous growth. The company has been able to expand to foreign markets including China, Japan and Australia. The company has also been able to increase their productions. Recently, their subsidiary in Spain doubled up their chicken production form 12,000 tons to 24,000 tons annually.

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Sheldon Lavin Turns OSI Group Into Global Business

For the first several years of his professional career, Sheldon Lavin was a financial advisor. He first entered the processed food industry in 1970 when he was asked to help out a company called Otto & Sons. This company was one of McDonald’s suppliers and needed to build a new processing facility solely dedicated to this part of the company. In order to build this facility, they needed a business loan which is how Sheldon Lavin got involved. He found a bank that would lend them the money and the plant was built.

A few years later Otto & Sons, now named OSI Group, asked Sheldon Lavin to join them as a partner and as the new CEO. He accepted this offer and wholly joined the food industry. Right from the start, he wanted to expand OSI Group into a far bigger company. He has been wildly successful at this endeavor over the past 40 years. His company now has facilities around the world in countries such as the United Kingdom, Germany, Spain, South Africa, Japan, Singapore, India, China, and Australia among others. His company employs over 2,000 people and is now one of the biggest food companies in the world.

He has shown himself to be someone concerned about the environmental impact of his company and other sustainability issues. He makes it a priority to introduce new strategies, efficiencies, and technology into the food processing plants so their effect on the environment is minimalized. An example of this is OSI Group’s food processing facility in Toledo, Spain. This facility was 40 years old and so in need of an upgrade for a few reasons. Sheldon Lavin took this opportunity to make it much more sustainable.

The main reason he upgraded this facility was to meet the increasing demand for chicken in that part of the world. However, Sheldon Lavin introduced new technology which reduced the plant’s energy use by 20% with plans to decrease this even farther in the near future. One way he did this was by having waste-heat recycled and turned into energy that powers the equipment.

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