Since the early 2000s, OSI group has been riding on an arc of growth with the help of OSI’s President, David McDonald OSI Group. For the last thirty years, David McDonald has worked his way from the project manager to the current position as the company’s president and chief operating officer.
But just like David McDonald OSI Group, OSI began small. It started in the neighbourhood of a German immigrant in the early 20th Century in Chicago. Fortunately, by mid of the 1990s, it quickly became a supplier of meat for the McDonald restaurant chain before rapidly becoming the primary global supplier for the same.
Over the years, OSI has made great strides in the food industry. It has become a global food provider that delivers quality products to its customers. Due to this nature, David works very hard to maintain a good relationship between the company and the logistics team to ensure that the company is ever-evolving. Besides, the logistics team also have a mandate to keep things smooth by working closely with local marketers.
The Recent OSI Purchase
Recently, OSI group managed to purchase Baho Foods, a Dutch company that specialises in Deli meat and food processing in the European market. As a result of this acquisition, the OSI group managed to gain a better presence in the European market, and there’s a new OSI group regional office in Germany. Besides, OSI group is one of the largest food providers in the world with over 20,000 employees and 65 facilities in over 17 countries. But this has been possible because of the leadership of the OSI group.
The Life of David McDonald OSI Group
David McDonald OSI Group grew up in a small town in Iowa where he earned his bachelor’s degree in animal science at Iowa State University. His commitment to study and improve his skills earned a Wallace Barron Outstanding Senior Award that sought to recognise outstanding seniors that displayed high character as well as good grades.
Today, as OSI’s president, David McDonald OSI Group still plays an active role in the state of Iowa. In fact, in 2014 he won the Iowa State University Foundation Emerging Philanthropist Award.