OSI Group began operating as meat processing company in 1990 in Toledo, Spain. The firm served as a local firm. Today, the company satisfies the entire world with value-added protein products. The firm packages and distributes quality beef, pork, and chicken products. In March 2018, the company completed its extension in the production capacity of chicken products doubling it to 24,000 tons per year. Thereof, the overall output for chicken, pork, and beef products increased to 45,000 tons periodically. The process saw the provision of employment opportunities to benefit the community at large. The number of employees improved from the initial 140 to 160. To ensure development in the quality of the products, OSI Group employed the product development manager.
The office helps to come up with new products to add to the firm’s portfolio. The improvement is to assist the company in satisfying the fast-increasing meat demand that broadens day after day. Most importantly, the development serves the continuously increasing demand for chicken products in Spain and Portugal. The primary goal of the event is to get the group prepared for the future competition and remain as the leading food processing company globally. OSI Group Chief Executive Officer, Sheldon Lavin played a significant role in supporting the firm during the transformation in the economic development phase as a financial consultant. OSI Group added some 22,600 square feet to its working space.
Additionally, the company boosted its security surveillance system by installing outdoor and indoor cameras. Other amenities include waste container storage, new shipping and receiving areas, hot-water and nitrogen tanks, and social compound for employees. The company purposes to create substantial customer networking through the provision of affordable, consumer-oriented, and consistent products. Also, the target for OSI Group is to create a responsible brand across the world. For instance, in 2016, the company purchased the Tyson Food Plant to show the willingness to serve North America. Similarly, the company went ahead to buy the Flagship Europe making it the principal food supplier in the UK and re-branding it as Creative Food Europe. The recent achievement is acquiring of the leading stake in Baho that has extensions to the Netherlands and Germany.