It’s no secret that OSI Group is one of the most successful enterprises in the world today in the field of food manufacturing and distribution. While there are many reasons how this success came into being, it can be safely assumed that the leadership of its CEO Sheldon Lavin would be one of the most impactful factors why the success has been attained.
Sheldon Lavin’s involvement in the growth of OSI Group is even instrumental to how many big deals that the firm has closed since beginning operations. In fact, people can read from the Gazette news portal that Sheldon Lavin’s focus in adapting to the modern changes of the globalized industry of manufacturing had been one of the big changes in OSI Group that has brought it to its prime reputation today.
Gazette News was also a meaty source for everything that has to do with how OSI Group constantly challenges the food industry market in terms of innovation. Whether it’s to serve companies that are smaller in scale to building solutions for food providers in the larger scale, there’s a package from OSI Group under Sheldon Lavin that can fix it.
It can also be said that based on Gazette, it’s safe to assume that the roots of OSI Group is ingrained in the entire American immigrant experience. In fact, the company was started at the turn of the 20th century when its founder Otto Kolschowsky wanted to improve the well-being of his community members. He lived along German immigrants who moved to Illinois and start a life there, building companies in the area of land farming. From there, Kolschowsky has grown OSI into a big partner with companies like McDonalds and more
An added reference to the remarkable growth of OSI Group today can be obtained from an article linked to the Gazette article. In that article, it is detailed how OSI Food Solutions recently just got awarded the 2016 Globe of Honour by the British Safety Council. Such award is a testament to the priority that OSI puts into public safety relative to their products. This priority is part of Lavin’s vision for OSI Group today.