OSI Group Acquiring Other Companies So That To Increase the Global Reaches

The one thing that OSI Group has been focusing on is that they will have foreign and domestic expansion for the past five years. From the 1970s when Sheldon Lavin joined the company, he has been the reason why the company has been focused on the global expansion. The recent purchase that OSI industry has been making will be of help in increasing their reach. In 2017, they made one purchase, and that is buying the former Tyson Foods plant. The space that the company has is 200,000 square feet, and the facility will offer the company with space that will help in increasing the production to cater to the customers in North American.

The reason for the purchase is that it will be of assistance in taking care of the demand that the company had because it was growing fast. The plant was designed in a way that it will take care of the poultry products but that would not limit OSI Group in producing different types of foods. The other thing that OSI Group purchased is Flagship Europe in 2016 December that will be of help the company is reaching the people of the United Kingdom and Europe. The recent move that was made is Flagship changed their name to Creative Foods Europe the name was so that it will best describe the capabilities that the company was offering.

The first time OSI Group started off as Otto & Sons that was in 1909. The first time it started, it was just a small shop that dealt with butcher and meat supply in the Suburbs of Chicago. The first time that the company got recognition was when they were chosen by McDonald’s to supply ground beef in the restaurant that was opened in Ray Kroc. While they were still named Otto & Sons in 1973, they opened a new plant that was located in West Chicago that would offer the services of being the supplier of beef to McDonald. In 1975, there was the change of names, and that’s when the company got the OSI Group name. At the end of the 1970s, the firm had expanded to parts like Germany and Utah as they still offered there services to McDonald. Learn More.

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