The OSI Group has been on a constant expansion campaign over the past several years. Their expansion strategy has mainly involved the acquisition of other food companies in different world regions whose business values and goals align with their own. Last year alone, the OSI Group’s growth and expansion agenda were well reflected with seven new facilities and productions acquired and developed around the world.
Company president David McDonald has revealed that the OSI Group’s growth is only concentrated on capacity, but also on the products offered to clients. The company has created a reputation for itself for producing food products that are customized for each market segment and maintaining a high quality for its retail clients. Through strategic partnerships with some clients, Mr. McDonald has explained that the company aims to help its suppliers achieve higher sales in future. It also allows consumers to gain access to their preferred food products, ranging from natural and organic products to premium specialties and not only having to purchase products that are merely affordable. The only thing that the OSI Group has refused to compromise on is their core value; the production of food products that are both healthy and tasty.
The OSI Group’s expansion strategy has been three-tiered. The first phase involved local expansion and finding opportunities in the domestic market. This was captured in the acquisition of a Tyson Foods plant in Chicago for 7.4 million dollars. Products at this factory include poultry, pork items, meatballs, and vegetables. In Europe, the OSI Group acquired Flagship Europe which is an already established company in the region. This way, they have been able to tap into their market and use their facilities to create a broader presence in the continent. Further, Deli Meats as well as Dutch food processing company Baho Foods have also joined the company. This has served to further consolidate the OSI Group’s presence in Europe by taking advantage of Baho’s far reach touching on 18 countries including Germany and the Netherlands. The global expansion strategy has involved an expansion into the Asian market with plants in China and India.
All these global partners and acquisitions have helped set the ISO Group apart as the leading food processing company in the world with a [presence in over 22 countries around the world. The robust growth that the company has experienced so far has been attributed to the able leadership of President David McDonald and chief executive officer Sheldon Lavin.
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