The Prosperity of the OSI Group in the International Markets

OSI Group is a well-established company that offers top notch food and beverage products. The firm was created in 1909, and it has been providing its services from Aurora, Illinois. The company’s initial market was small since it only distributed its products locally. It has currently crossed boundaries to be a global firm that is served by a staff of more than 20,000 people. The company is trusted by its clients in offering a broad array of products such as pizza, chicken, bacon, fish, vegetable derivatives, meat patties, and hot dogs.

OSI Group is ecologically responsible, and it is has been honored for having unique environment conservation methods. The company won the Globe of Honor Award, which a significant honor that is offered by the British Safety Council. The primary focus of the recognition is to appreciate the work of companies that have created innovative ways of controlling environmental pollution. The British Safety Council conducted an inspection from August 2015 to July 2016. An organization that is nominated for the award must have scored five starts during the environmental analysis.

OSI is recognized as the 66th company in the food and beverages industry. It has also been named by the Forbes Magazine as one of the leading enterprises in the world. All these accomplishments have been facilitated by the excellent administration of Sheldon Lavin, who is OSI’s current CEO. He won the Global Visionary Award due to his exceptional skill in business administration. Mr. Lavin has managed to grow the business, and it currently has 60 factories that are located in 16 countries.

The company has been devoted to creating branches across the globe and satisfying the needs of the clients. OSI bought Baho Food, which was a Dutch owned enterprise and has penetrated the European markets. Most of the financial information of the deal was not released to the public. The management of the OSI Group believes that the Baho Food will facilitate it to reach clients in Europe.

Baho Food’s market is large, and it sells its commodities in more than 18 European countries. It processes its products in five factories, which are Gelderland Frischwaren, Bakx Foods, Henri van de Bilt, Q Smart Life, and Vital Convenience. These industries are based in Netherlands and Germany. OSI would like to have a smooth transition, and therefore, it hired the Baho Food’s MD, John Balvers, to be part of its administration.