One of the biggest worldwide food processing company, OSI group celebrated two decades in China since opening its first food plant when the company began serving McDonald with food. In the Beijing Olympics, the team supplied 113 tons! Of products such as beef, chicken, pork, eggs and dehydrated onions, during the Olympics, the group only received positive receives, and it has since been the supplier for many brands including McDonald’s, Starbucks, Papa joins, Yum and many others. The company success narrows down to the stewardship of Mr. David G. McDonald. David capacity in the company is the president and the chief operating officer. David McDonald also serves in various roles such as chairman of the North America meat institute, an independent director of Marfig global foods S.A. David graduated from the Iowa state university in 1987 receiving the Wallace E Baron outstanding senior award and bachelor’s degree in animal science. He moved to the OSI group and climbed his way to his current position.
Aside from the company’s success in China, the group started expansion plans for the plant. The previous year company announced the opening of a modern mill in Shandong, which is the largest food processing plant. The company has also managed to expand to the Poland market. The group also announced a new factory in Geneva, iii. The plant produces frozen entrées. The team added another high facility in Hungary. The expansions have led to the company tripling its production capacity of chicken products to 22000 tons annually. According to David McDonald, the organization strives to meet the consumer demand be it organic or the tasty kind. The group also puts an effort in new innovative technology to produce more quality food products such as the x-ray machine they use to detect foreign particles in the food.
David spoke on the expansion of the company by acquiring Baho food; this is the part of the strategy to grow in Europe and extend their hand in the market. The investment complements the organization’s products in the market. Baho has various branches with plants in Germany and Netherlands .the companies include Q smart life, Bakx food, vital convenience, Genderland Frishwaren. The managing director of Baho group will be retained and work with OSI executives to develop a growth strategy for the new companies. With the combined effort of the two teams, it will help in expanding the company’s portfolio.
The company is yet to see more significant achievements, and with the high leadership in David McDonald, the company will scale greater heights