OSI Industries has always been on the cutting edge of meat manufacturing. The company made its mark by introducing such innovations as cryogenic freezing chambers and the meat patty cutting machine. These technologies secured OSI’s relationship with the growing McDonald’s Organization in the 1950s. Over time OSI Industries became McDonald’s primary meat supplier. As the company grew, it gained other clients such as Pizza Hut, Papa John’s Pizza, Subway and Starbucks. OSI continued to expand throughout the world. There are many facilities operating in the U.S. and the Asia-Pacific. Europe is also a destination of focus for OSI Industries.
OSI Industries has added to its capability to influence the meat manufacturing industry by acquiring other companies that will bring a different set of skills to their business model. Tyson Foods was a local acquisition. The move saved hundreds of jobs as Tyson was looking to close after many years of business. Tyson Foods was acquired for just under 8 million dollars, and many of its employees were offered lateral positions with OSI. Baho Foods was acquired by OSI Industries. The partnership was made to increase OSI’s presence in the European region and give them access to different markets. Flagship Food Group is also a European acquisition that will allow OSI to develop at a consistent rate in Europe.
Leaders at OSI Industries understand that having a diverse workforce is important to accomplishing international mission. The company has a recruiting base that reaches out to areas such as the UK, Hungary, the Asia-Pacific, Germany and Poland. Employees are thoroughly screened and trained by a worldwide quality assurance team. The training ensures that OSI Industry standards are being met at every location throughout the world.
OSI received the Globe of Honor Award by the British Safety Council in 2016. The award acknowledges large organizations that hold its company accountable for safety in every aspect of its operation.
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