Sheldon Lavin’s journey in developing OSI Group in a multinational entity

Food processing companies have emerged in the recent years to offer quality and affordable food supplies. As a result, multinational entities like OSI Group have been recognized because of the quality of foods it provides in different countries. The success story of the company revolves around the chief executive officer and President Sheldon Lavin. Over the years, Sheldon Lavin has invested a lot of expertise in the food processing industry which has given him numerous awards.

Since 1970 when the company was established, Sheldon Lavin has been a significant figure in the development of the company to what it is today. Through his leadership, the company has opened branches in over 60 countries with employment capacity of 20,000 employees. The company started gaining track in the early 20th century with the migration of Germans into the United States of America. Most of the immigrants were passing through Chicago headed to the west to settle on the plains. As such, the town was regarded as a safe haven for immigrants who were trooping into the US in large numbers. Kolschowsky opened a small marketplace to serve the increasing number of immigrants. After 10 years, the business was booming and he decided to expand into a wholesale. From there, he rebranded into what was known as Otto & Sons in the late 1920s.

The company continued transforming over the years to open franchises in other parts of the country. In the late 1970s, the two sons were approaching retirement which led to the employment of a professional to take control of the company. Forbes recognized the efforts made by the company by ranking it among the biggest companies in the US in 2016. This has been evident because of the chain of food stores opened across the country under the leadership of Sheldon Lavin. In the spirit of globalization, the company has opened branches in Spain that have seen increased profit margins. As such, OSI Food Solutions in Spain witnessed an introduction of a high-capacity production line to boost chicken output in the food stores. The expansion costing around 17 million euros has been termed as one of the most significant achievement towards providing exceptional products to clients.

OSI Food Solutions Spain has been improving in design that has led to the installation of new surveillance systems. The process is geared towards ensuring customers are always safe in the increased number of food stores. The company participates in strengthening relationships with other government agencies to ensure adequate food production.

Contact Sheldon Lavin: www.amickfarms.com/corpresponsibility.html

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